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Dana Beck says her dad was on the way to visit his mother in a nursing home when he got stuck, even though it's a path he took plenty of times before.
The unemployment rate is down in Illinois, but so is the number of available jobs.
Darin LaHood was sworn in Thursday, and Republicans now hold 247 of the 435 House seats
Three people in Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration began doing work for him while on the state comptroller's payroll.
Lawmakers have quietly made it tougher for smokers to find a public place to light up.
The Illinois Lottery lost money last year for the first time since 2009.
Ethics complaint alleges Kirk accepted free services
ISBE sets goals, hears about PARCC
Steve McClure is taking a month off to determine whether he wants to run for State Senate.
The Springfield City Council wants the fundraising to build the Kidzeum to be successful, but some aldermen are concerned about what a request for more money may be able to do.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says far more Syrian refugees should be accepted into the U.S. than what President Obama has proposed.
Terrell Adetunji could face as many as 50 years in prison if convicted.
Illinois will begin paying for programs to help young children with developmental disabilities despite not having a state budget in place.
16 cases of mumps have been confirmed in McLean County, including four linked to Heartland Community College.
New administration. New schoolmaster. New test. New results?
The Illinois Department of Transportation says could trigger a federal funding cut if left up.
The Faculty Senate will vote next week on a resolution asking for a delay of the checks' start date.
Services are being "dismantled"
The Springfield City Council will likely approve an ordinance that would not allow the city's contracted garbage haulers to raise rates or add fees without either the city's approval, or the customer's permission in writing.
Paprocki wants everyone in the church to join him -- in the diocese's words -- in "building a culture of growth."