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Legislators are returning to Springfield for a special session this week, but whether that session will accomplish anything is still up in the air.
Governor-elect Bruce Rauner has announced who he'll appoint as comptroller when he takes office.
Flu shots still recommended
More Illinois workers are likely to be saving for retirement, under a new law unless they opt out
Ex-lieutenant governor candidate impressed with transition team
Stem cell transplant
Succeeds Paul Ryan
Would be first Illinois Republican in 30 years to serve more than one term in Senate
Encourage second-career teachers, says IASB chief
Should Gov,-elect Rauner's appointment stand for four years?
Keep income tax up? Tax retirement income?
A man imprisoned for 60 years for involuntary manslaughter pardoned.
Both major Springfield hospitals are Level 1 Trauma Centers.
Officials point to fewer staff and shorter hours for decline in tourism.
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk says Palestine is unprepared for statehood.
Illinois regulators have disciplined a Springfield psychiatrist for alleged sexual misconduct with a female patient. The (Springfield) State Journal-Register reports…
Clerks have trouble detecting the counterfeit money.
It’s been a year since the state’s medical marijuana law went into effect, but nothing has been planted. Exactly when…
Rodney Davis speaks for the GOP in this week's Presidential address.