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Crops are emerging
Body cams only part of it
Two degrees warmer, one inch wetter than average
Doug Wood replaces Carrie Hruby
The final budget will be approved in July.
An altercation apparently led to a shooting on Springfield's east side Monday afternoon.
The Illinois economy continues to grow, but the growth has slowed, at least for now.
Rauner told Chicago Public Radio that House Speaker Michael Madigan was "fighting to protect his interests.''
The indictment doesn't say what Hastert was allegedly trying to hide or to whom he intended to pay the money.
It has nothing to do with politics or how Dennis Hastert did as a politician, but a political scientist says Hastert's situation is tragic nonetheless.
Detectives are investigating -- so far no motive has been released.
Democrats in the Illinois General Assembly could expect a barrage of advertising against them any time now.
Members of Illinois' congressional delegation from both parties agree another short-term extension of transportation funding isn't acceptable.
U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth, running for U.S. Senate, doesn't want anyone to forget the letter to Iran that the incumbent signed.
The Senate voted 34-18 to break the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum from the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.
Illinois would allow hunting and trapping of bobcats under legislation headed to the governor.
Caterpillar retirees are scrambling to comply with a recent request to provide proof of dependency for family members to continue receiving health insurance.
The Girl Scouts of Central Illinois has a new campground.