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Voters will have a chance to answer referendum on whether Illinois health insurance plans would require birth control as prescription drug coverage.
Candidates use the last weekend before the election to hit the campaign trail hard.
Leave your cell phone in your pocket in the voting booth.
The $13.3 million complex will receive several million dollars from the State of Illinois.
$91M dredging project begins on Lake Decatur
Firefighters recommend you change your smoke and CO detector batteries along with your clocks tonight.
Dick Durbin and Jim Oberweis disagree on proposed travel restrictions from those nations hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak.
Race could be highly watched
The questions surrounding Benedictine University's decision to cancel undergraduate programs at its Springfield campus continue.
Springfield Clinic is celebrating its 75th birthday but the company is giving the presents instead of receiving
How do you know how to vote for judges? The Illinois State Bar Association has some help.
Speaking to a coalition of women supporting her husband’s campaign, Diana Rauner said Gov. Pat Quinn has tried to take the focus off jobs and the economy.
A Springfield man has been sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Coroner Bruce Bowen said late Thursday the victims were an adult female and two children, a boy and a girl.
Rauner: "The idea was mine." Quinn spokeswoman: Arrogant.
University officials say traditional program has more than 500 students
Slated to open November 3
The move is being made due to construction at the State Farm Center.
Early voting is up in Illinois over the last mid-term election, and a group supporting the minimum wage increase is claiming some of the credit.
Iles School was locked down Thursday afternoon after a shooting involving multiple people.