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Elmhurst's York hosts memorabilia
Says Republicans have little say in budget talks
Closure would save almost $5 million
Backpacks will be given to students from the Springfield school district during a back-to-school party on Aug. 10.
Combat veterans returning from active duty will qualify for free Illinois license plates under legislation signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Group believes a tiny home village might be a longer-term option than shelters and temporary housing.
Mark Kirk would sponsor legislation banning plastic microbeads in house hold products.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel blames state legislators for worsening the situation and says a property tax increase is up for consideration.
The Illinois budget crisis has caused a shutdown at CEDA, the agency that administers ComEd's CARE program.
Comptroller's office is working on getting checks ready for employees.
The purchase of a majority interest in a Brazilian agricultural company means an important expansion for Springfield-based ag products manufacturer Brandt.
Jeff Parsons says "I have nothing."
Leslie Munger's Chief of Staff, Brad Hahn, says they should be delivered Wednesday to 6,800 workers.
Davis said Obama is trying to build a foreign policy legacy as President Bill Clinton did in signing a nuclear agreement with North Korea in 1994.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk has two words of advice for Donald Trump, and only one if he’s speaking Spanish.
A suspicious package was reported as being at the AG's office around 10:30am.
A Pleasant Plains man is accused of assaulting a dog and leaving it for dead in rural Springfield.
A Decatur man who spent 66 years with the same newspaper and who retired only two weeks ago has passed away.
October fifth is the start date for a new University of Illinois policy requiring background checks for all new employees.
A Granite City basketball squad that won an Illinois state title 75 years ago with a team of Eastern European immigrants is the subject of an upcoming Hollywood film.