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Sues two companies
Rauner-owned facilities, Quinn agencies both blamed
Most corn and soybeans are in good-to-excellent condition
Imagine this: a giant chunk of bridge falling on your children's school bus, with your children in it, killing your children.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed lawsuits against two companies for allegedly scamming people who are repaying student loan debt.
Springfield Mayor Mike Houston has announced he'll run for another term.
Gov. Pat Quinn is crowing that Illinois' pile of overdue bills has dropped to $3.9 billion.
Illinois’ share of a settlement with one of the country’s largest banks will be $84 million.
The "Prince of Pork" was 89.
Income tax is a Republican creation, they remind us
Don't expect much from witnesses
Illinois-based company may shift HQ overseas
Illinois African-American Family Commission will not be ignored, says sponsor
E-mail leaves no doubt
Sunday appearance in Chicago
A new Illinois law aims to help those with dyslexia.
A robber whose accomplice was shot and killed by a store owner gets life in prison.
Champaign residents are encouraging taking action against landfill company.
Published reports say State Treasurer Dan Rutherford's office offered paid internships to those with political connections.
The University of Illinois has stepped up its efforts to find a new President.