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Considering Illinois has had only 10 confirmed cases in the last five years, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says the growing number of anti-vaccination parents may be to blame.
“I’m a business guy. I’m not a politician. I’ve never been inside government,”
Is the Springfield start up scene satisfied with what it's heard so far?
$3.7 million was paid for medical care for about 1,100 people who died.
Federal grant money paid for the extra enforcement.
Senate has already passed a bill
Ronald Reagan is the only president born in Illinois
$300M would get program through June
Police are looking for a Springfield based contractor who they say bilked $50,000 from someone.
Congressman Aaron Schock's spokesman has stepped down amid allegations of racism on social media.
The Springfield Public School District, like many districts in Illinois, has faced its fair share of budget challenges over the past few years -- but for now there's at least a small victory.
Police are trying to track down people they suspect are stealing credit card numbers and using them locally.
The Illinois Senate has approved a plan to raise the minimum wage from $8.25 to $11 per hour by 2019.
Public health officials say they are investigating a cluster of measles cases in suburban Chicago.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is for less money in politics.
Legislators from both parties found things to dislike about Gov. Bruce Rauner’s State of the State address.
Two Illinois leaders are speaking out against the recent decision to end federal funding for FutureGen, the clean-coal project in Meredosia.
Minivan driver lost control