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Potentially life-saving drugs which are still in the testing phase will now be made available to certain patients in Illinois.
A helicopter pilot was taken to a Peoria hospital in critical condition after his aircraft crashed into a soybean field.
Fiat Chrysler has since recalled 1.4 million Jeeps.
Negotiations between the governor and the state's largest public employee union are getting hot – and public.
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger says Governor Bruce rauner may share some blame in the state budget impasse.
The council eventually approved Michael Pittman 9-0, with Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin voting "present".
Karen Davis says a Request for Information was pulled back, so that she could review what should be done.
The Christian County Sheriff says a man wanted since leading police on a high-speed chase Monday night is now in custody.
The state's Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability says it doesn't like the idea to close the Illinois State Museum and its satellite locations.
The state Senate has voted to forgo annual pay raises, but as expected, there was some dissent.
Rauner blames the state budget. State museum employees among the cuts.
That 18 percent is the part of the budget not agreed upon according to a group of non-profit organizations that are funded by it.
A Springfield man is in critical condition after being shot in the face Tuesday on Springfield's east side.
Two major projects are underway at Camp Butler National Cemetery, where about 25,000 military veterans are buried.
Len Goodman, believes Blagojevich was wrongly imprisoned – and this is step one to further challenge that.
It's a rare show of bipartisanship this summer.
The bill is crafted like the law that funds the state fair – it says the state museum system shall be funded, which makes it essential spending.
The "National Night Out" is a chance for you to meet your neighbors and become friends, in a effort to not only look out for each other, but also to foster friendships.
Authorities in Christian County are looking for a man they say led police on a high speed chase before fleeing a car on foot.
A new financial report from former Congressman Aaron Schock's political action committee shows campaign money has been spent since he left Congress.