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Another shooting-related incident Thursday in Springfield.
Unemployment drops again.
Public universities concerned over the budget ax.
The Autism Program in Illinois could lose millions.
CrimeStoppers wants your help.
An Illinois Historic Preservation Agency effort to help private developers and others qualify for federal tax credits to rehab historic buildings is meaning big money for the state economy.
The second lawsuit has been filed claiming Illinois didn’t follow its own rules when issuing medical marijuana cultivation permit. White…
30-years the first time, 60-years the second.
Parents challenged to find a place for their mentally ill children met Illinois House members on a violence prevention task force.
Education, criminal records, physical condition
Optimism and pessimism following pension arguments before the Illinois Supreme Court
Pension reform gets its day in court.
Springfield Police are contending with their third shooting in three days.
Springfield Treasurer and Mayoral Candidate Jim Langfelder says he wants reforms at City Water, Light, and Power if elected next month.
There was more than one big event in Springfield today.
A "rolling" festival will come through this part of the state this summer.
Play areas at restaurants would have to be cleaned up daily under a measure in the Ilinois House.
At least five Illinois mayors are pressuring Illinois lawmakers to keep a tax credit benefiting the renovation of historic structures.
The people who claim to know a lot about illicit drugs say prescription painkillers are a gateway to heroin.
Supremes hear them at 2:30