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Gov. Bruce Rauner wants a substantial increase to K-12 school funding next year while calling for cuts elsewhere.
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Mayor Mike Houston is making good on his idea to help City Water Light and Power avoid technical default if need be.
Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Sam Cahnman has some sage advice ahead of next week's municipal primary.
Most expect spending cuts immediately in Illinois, and there’s less money coming in.
A temporary setback is how an Illinois congressman labels the decision to block President Obama’s executive order delaying deportations.
Electronic cigarettes soon could be classified with tobacco products under a proposed smoking ban from an Illinois lawmaker.
A law student is replacing Wayne Rosenthal as state representative in the 95th District.
Budget speech Wednesday
Illinois' new governor, Bruce Rauner, has said he wants to increase education funding.
The American Civil Liberties Union has asked a federal judge to order the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services to immediately start enacting court-ordered reforms.
Taylor says the service has 200 drivers in it six new Illinois cities and expects rapid growth.
Three children were unhurt after police responded to a hostage situation near Cave-in-Rock in southern Illinois on Sunday.
Springfield holiday speaker: fight international terror
Citizens committee would offer non-binding recommendations
Inspired by mom who sold crack to feed kids, got 20-year prison term
Detectives could potentially clear their desks
Not enough kids take part in school breakfast programs
Msall: Rauner appears to be in a corner
Health officials not sure where the outbreak in Illinois originated.