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Deer population slightly down, too
Two men are in custody after a shooting in an east side apartment complex late Wednesday night.
Driver’s license facilities will reopen today after a computer outage affected operations at all 138 of the offices in the…
Contract talks began in April
City Water Light and Power is about to embark on a $10 million venture known as the Natural Gas Startup Project.
55 targeted for dismissal
Thefts from Springfield schools and churches have raised a few eyebrows in the Springfield Police Department.
It took more a week after the election
There may always be homeless veterans but, a facility in Springfield is helping in its own way
Springfield Ward 10 Alderman Tim Griffin has resigned.
A Belleville woman faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to health care fraud.
Illinois State Police are fixing a leaky roof over an evidence room in a building near their downtown Springfield headquarters.
The days of tax-free shopping on Amazon are numbered, even though they never really existed
Illinois is still Ebola-free, and residents don’t seem to be all that concerned about the virus anymore. One of the…
Report: Samuel Johnson is running for mayor
The Tom Cross campaign for treasurer says some people are recorded as voting more than once.
Politics were put aside by recent rivals at a Veterans Day ceremony in Chicago.
Pontius surrendered to police when they found him west of the city with a loaded handgun.
Edgar part of transition team
Although it was a day off from school, dozens of kids lined Capitol Avenue waving flags and paying tribute to current and former service members.