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Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe says he'll vote "no" because of the impact on one particular facet of local business.
A recreation of the hearse used to carry President Abraham Lincoln's body during his funeral is in town and all but completely put together for this weekend's funeral recreation.
There may still be some obstacles in the way of getting a Fiscal Year 2016 budget passed at the Capitol, and eliminate a potential $6 billion hole.
A recall of a salad sold by the Hy-Vee grocery store chain does not impact the Hy-Vee store here in Springfield.
The Democrat was governor from 1973 to 1977.
Testimony to senators over MAP grants
Illinois State Fair is Aug. 13-23
Proposal: Redistricting commissioners would stay out of elections
Cuts are double what were advertised
There was more discussion about City Water Light and Power's request to rebate money paid in lieu of taxes so that a second technical default on its bonds.
Governor Bruce Rauner is again discussing his co-called Turnaround Agenda.
The head of Illinois' child welfare agency says he's headed to Washington D.C. to investigate more potential federal funding sources.
A call of shots fired in Springfield last night has led to two juveniles being arrested on weapons charges.
Cold, wet weather is holding down the planting so far in Illinois.
For this state treasurer, it's about connecting Illinoisans with education.
A national group representing university professors says a professor offered a job at the University of Illinois should get that job.
An Urbana woman is going to prison for at least a year after faking her own kidnapping at a mall in Champaign.
A professor at Southern Illinois University is under arrest on charges accusing him of assaulting a student.
You might want to avoid the Shawnee National Forest for awhile if you're not a fan of reptiles.
Non-violent, youthful offenses would no longer be a barrier to employment