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One of the new faces around the state Capitol belongs to the comptroller, Leslie Munger.
Senator Dick Durbin says there’s a problem with the statement Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu made last week regarding an…
If there’s to be immigration reform, should it include an opportunity for citizenship for illegal immigrants? Business interests and some…
Two shootings happened Monday afternoon, within a mile of each other.
Paying for schools always seems to be a tough nut in Illinois.
Things are back to normal on Interstate 55 after an accident outside Springfield snarled traffic for hours Monday morning.
A federal official will be moving back to the state level as the latest appointee of Governor Bruce Rauner.
More of Peoria Congressman Aaron Schock's spending is being called into question.
A federal judge is hearing arguments on whether or not a Peoria man's civil rights were violated when the man's home was raided after he started a fake Twitter account making fun of Peoria's mayor.
Back to organizing, he says
Former State Rep. Rosenthal settles in
2013 pension changes are in focus Wednesday
Programs pay off handsomely, advocates say
Current law must be updated, says attorney general
First woman general in the Illinois National Guard
HB3487 would give drivers illegally using cell phones same penalty as drunk drivers who cause fatalities.
Bill would lift 32 year old ban.
Fighting Illini men's basketball team will play first five home games next season in Springfield.
Healthier snacks in vending machines and colors on toy guns among resolutions the Illinois House is working on.
EPA continuing to monitor area waterways for leaking oil.