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It's another case of "don't believe everything you read."
Services will continue, employees will be paid
Nobody hurt; driver cited for DUI
They're hopeful the money comes through, but for now, the Springfield Public School budget isn't reflecting the extra money signed into law for K-12 schools by Governor Bruce Rauner.
Budget director says the perk is unsustainable.
A freight train derailment in Pontiac resulted in a 14-hour train ride for Amtrak passengers looking to go toward St. Louis.
Illinois state Sen. Darin LaHood has won the Republican special primary in the race to replace disgraced ex-U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock.
Authorities have issued an alert after an 18-year-old girl is believed to have left home with a 45-year-old man.
Environmentalists are taking to television to spread the word about how much they disagree with U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.)
The Springfield Mass Transit District has unveiled a new website that one of its creators says should help make looking for routes and departure times much easier than before.
Two people have been arrested for a series of suspected robberies in the Seven Pines Road and Gaines Mill areas.
A teenager was injured when police say someone started shooting.
Roderick Chester, 50, faces charges of burglary and theft.
Judge Diane Joan Larsen ruled Comptroller Leslie Munger may pay only some workers who are covered under a federal law.
A judge has ordered Illinois to keep funding child-protection services even though a budget isn't in place.
Damp conditions here and there
Doubtful of a deal
Five primary candidates go for two final slots for Sept. 10
There could be extended coverage of Sangamon County's court system coming to a radio or television near you.
One local lawmaker says it's not the same Governor Bruce Rauner talking about the budget now as it was a few months ago.