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Shakman in Court Again

42 years later

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Quinn: More about Rauner’s Taxes, Please

Rauner spokesman: "stunt"

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GOP: Let’s Hear from Quinn on NRI

Quinn: I've done everything that's been asked

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Aldermen Decry Potential NJPA Agreement

The City of Springfield once again wants to purchase something without getting local bids. Some aldermen are saying, here we go again.

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Sangamon County Honors Purple Heart Recipients

Board members unanimously passed a resolution making the county only the second in the state

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June Home Sales Sets Record

If you are trying to sell your home, you may have picked the right time

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Manar Pushes for Non-Tax Hike Revenue Solutions

The Illinois legislature's spring session is over, the fiscal year is under way, but the work is far from finished.

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State Retirees, So Far, Don’t See Benefit from Supreme Court Ruling

Retired state workers aren't seeing any immediate advantage from an Illinois Supreme Court ruling last week in their favor.

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Executive Mansion Roof Repairs Begin

Workers are patching eight leaks in the roof of the governor's mansion.

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More Good News for Illinois Crops

Wheat benefits from dryness

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Illini Basketball Will Be on the Move

State Farm Center will be under renovation for part of 2015-16 season

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After Prison Closes, What Happens to Dwight?

Local official: Most have found new jobs

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Doddy Is in Court for Two Killings

May have been injured in crash that ended his freedom

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Kirk: Obama Should Do More for Community College Students

Whether "gainful employment" is a fair barometer

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Subpoenas Are Serious, Says Pat Brady

Quinn testifying would be logical, says former Illinois GOP chair

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School District Taps New Security Chief

Retired cop to run security and safety programs

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Rutherford Fires Three Administrators

The Associated Press has learned Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford fired three top administrators after an investigation by the treasurer's inspector general.

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$11.6 Million for Illinois Towns Affected by 2013 Tornadoes

The state is providing $11.6 million to local governments to help cover their costs from the tornadoes last fall.

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7 arrested in $1.6M StubHub scam

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Police say an international ring defrauded the StubHub online ticketing service of some $1.6 million.

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10M American adults gained coverage under Obamacare

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An estimated 10.3 million Americans have gained health coverage since Obamacare enrollment began, according to a study published on Wednesday.

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TODAY’S MUST SEE: Jimmy Fallon & The Rock’s 80s workout video

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Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson air some of their long-lost workout tapes and prove that "you've gotta hustle for the muscle."

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FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel as Gaza death toll tops 700

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The U.S. has lifted a temporary ban on commercial flights to Tel Aviv, as fighting pushed the Palestinian death toll over 700.

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Obama sends team to Texas to assess National Guard deployment

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The President has sent a team to Texas to assess whether a National Guard deployment would help to handle an immigration crisis at the border.