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Patrick Carlson, George Daglas, and Ashvin Lad want the state to provide back pay and clear their personnel records.
He notes the May 31 deadline for the Legislature to pass a new state budget and adjourn its spring session is fast approaching.
Former St. John's Children's Hospital director Margaret "Peggy" Curtin has pleaded guilty to all 11 counts against her.
Madigan: Police must take allegations more seriously
Statue of limitations clock starts later
Mautino: Progress at this point is about right
Springfield Police say one man was injured after a stabbing incident Wedensday morning.
City Council overrides then-Mayor Mike Houston's veto of a CWLP rebate.
Here's something you don't see every day: Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti making a public appearance, let alone talking with reporters.
Republicans: gridlock in the Illinois Legislature is a sign the status quo isn't working.
The Bel Aire Motel Sputnik sign has a new home.
Glenn Holtz will be presented with an honorary diploma Wednesday night.
The Constitution, as it stands, requires a flat income tax rate.
A Catholic priest who was removed as pastor of four parishes over an abuse allegation says the church inquiry that led to his ouster resembled a witch hunt.
The sponsor may call it again
Illinois, Illinois State, Southern Illinois are major universities along the rails
Should the current Springfield City Council keep undoing what the previous council did?
The nine African-Americans are the newest recipients of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Foundation's 2015 Lincoln Leadership Prize.
House Minority Leader Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) is upset the Democrats are holding hearings and calling bills which purport to be related to the governor's “Turnaround Agenda”
It would automatically register people to vote whenever they update or renew a driver's license or state ID.