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Palazzolo says he is tired of the city just settling for the status quo
Four boys were taken into custody late Wednesday after police responded to a burglary in progress.
Mohammed Hamzah Khan's detention hearing Thursday in federal court in Chicago followed his arrest Saturday at O'Hare International Airport.
Gov. Pat Quinn’s former chief of staff is being questioned by legislators about the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative.
Springfield Police are still looking for help solving an east side carjacking.
Springfield beats out larger cities in charitable contest
Durbin defends his office payroll
Another day of hearings today
Two co-defendants in the THR and Associates lawsuit have been dropped.
Contract to provide fire protection to area villages lapsed, no one noticed
The Neighborhood Recovery Initiative is on the griddle before state lawmakers Wednesday.
Michelle Obama helps Gov. Quinn in Chicago
The Springfield Police Department will get 40 new squad cars, the fire department will get a new engine and the public works department will get a street sweeper.
Photo, books from Lincoln on display
A year into the Affordable Care Act, Illinois is outpacing the national average in this area: the percentage-point decrease in…
A Chicago attorney and anti-corruption campaigner is stressing that a court-appointed monitor is needed to ensure the state's Department of Transportation is in compliance with political hiring bans.
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner says Gov. Pat Quinn should take the blame for the increase in child abuse and…
A former Sangamon County Board Member seems to be the latest candidate in the race for Ward 2 alderman. Tyrone…
Regular voter registration ends today. While there will be a chance to register in other ways before Election Day, those…