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University of Illinois President Timothy Killeen has named Barbara J. Wilson, dean of the school's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as interim chancellor in Urbana-Champaign.
Advocate: The debate does not have to be either / or
House vote expected today on bill the governor promises to veto
The Springfield City Council is being asked to put the brakes on short-term rentals of already leased property around Lake Springfield.
The Central Illinois Foodbank is once again near the top of the heap when it comes to charities.
Mayor Trevor Clatfelter wants to make sure people know it's not for every business in the village.
Julie Moore-Wolfe would replace Mike McElroy, who died last month.
The head of Downtown Springfield Inc. says the city needs to look to more cities to try and curb panhandling and make an enforceable ordinance.
A plan before the Illinois House to distribute more than $5 billion in federal funds despite a budget impasse has been changed by the Democrats to add state money.
AAA: Oversupply keeps prices low
Conditions disappointing; yield forecast Wednesday
He wants to change what can and cannot be collectively bargained
Five years in prison and then three years of supervised release.
Fire departments from Springfield and elsewhere were called to the ADM and Brandt plant area near Curran for a hazardous materials situation involving a tanker carrying ethanol which derailed.
A committee of University of Illinois trustees is scheduled to meet Wednesday to accept Chancellor Phyllis Wise's resignation and appoint an interim replacement.
Schock was issued a federal grand jury subpoena seeking campaign and congressional records the day before he resigned his seat.
The political arm of the Illinois Farm Bureau says it's endorsing State Senator Darin LaHood in the special election for the 18th Congressional District seat vacated by Aaron Schock.
The long wait on reducing sentences for nonviolent drug crimes may end when Congress reconvenes next month.
The parade of providers, professionals, and clients continues during the now weekly “committee of the whole” in the Illinois House.
More than $1 million worth of jewelry and gems are missing.