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The Bel Aire Motel Sputnik sign has a new home.
Glenn Holtz will be presented with an honorary diploma Wednesday night.
The Constitution, as it stands, requires a flat income tax rate.
A Catholic priest who was removed as pastor of four parishes over an abuse allegation says the church inquiry that led to his ouster resembled a witch hunt.
The sponsor may call it again
Illinois, Illinois State, Southern Illinois are major universities along the rails
Should the current Springfield City Council keep undoing what the previous council did?
The nine African-Americans are the newest recipients of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Foundation's 2015 Lincoln Leadership Prize.
House Minority Leader Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) is upset the Democrats are holding hearings and calling bills which purport to be related to the governor's “Turnaround Agenda”
It would automatically register people to vote whenever they update or renew a driver's license or state ID.
A terminally ill former Illinois lawmaker has reported to prison to begin serving an eight-year sentence.
The announcement brings the total amount of federal money awarded to the airport since Friday up to roughly $2.3 million dollars.
A new lawsuit has been filed involving medical marijuana.
Springfield High School has a new football coach, and while the school board president is happy about that, he's not happy with how people learned about it.
"Low-tar" equals "safer"?
Soybeans are emerging
Civic Federation: Perhaps raising the income tax, applying the sales tax to services, or taxing retirement income is the answer
Members rejected a revised policy allowing political candidates to post or run ads in programs or at sporting events, as long as they don't mention what office the candidate is running for.
Should the state really fire every single employee and re-hire them in order to move them to a new pension plan?
Could there be legal action regarding last month's Ward 4 race in Springfield? It's possible.