A Republican presidential candidate says he'll take some cues from Gov. Bruce Rauner's campaign.
A party-line vote Wednesday afternoon kept a workers' compensation restructuring from going to the Senate floor.
"Cutting vital services, banking $2.2 billion of... just... fictional pension savings that aren't going to occur, we're going to claim to be balanced?"
Offenders could face up to a year in jail and fines of up to $2,500.
Students will be randomly selected for urinalysis tests to detect alcohol or marijuana, among other drugs.
Vaping's not for kids. At least, that's what Illinois lawmakers say.
Proposals addressing workers compensation, changes to the civil legal system and a freeze on properties taxes are on the agenda today in Senate committees.
Budget bills are moving out of the Illinois House and are being prepared for floor action in the Senate.
"It is what it is, and we have to make sure it works."
The Springfield Mass Transit District will be doing away with several routes that officials say are unused, in just a month's time.
A Springfield woman has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for embezzling more than $400,000 from her former employer.
The railroads that operate in Illinois are instructing local police and fire departments on how to handle a hazardous material spill.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has named Brig. Gen. Richard Hayes Jr. of Chatham as adjutant general of the Illinois National Guard.
The new man in charge of City Water Light and Power says maybe the PILOT program does need to change.
A local television anchor's long bout with cancer has come to a sad end.
Areas in central Illinois vary between $12 and $15 per hour.
The House passed the legislation Monday after previously getting Senate backing.
Durkin decries "insanity"
Aurora supercomputer to be finished by 2018
Study: Effectiveness of sales tax structure has been halved since 1965