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University lawyers say Steven Salaita had no "binding contract''.
A federal appeals court in Chicago has declined to resolve a contentious issue over whether Illinois' constitution strictly bars the reduction of retiree benefits.
Sales are forecast to fall 17 percent this fiscal year from 2014.
A block on Springfield's west side is being targeted by burglars.
3 percent "surchage"
Group puts a price on it
Now that the governor is backing efforts to consolidate local government units, one state lawmaker has suggestions on where to start.
A few dozen people in a meeting room Wednesday afternoon made up what the governor said was his cabinet.
The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington says available evidence "warrants a full investigation."
The Illinois Farm Bureau says last fall's harvest was an historic crop.
The veto of the Keystone pipeline bill is unwelcome news to some in Illinois, but not unexpected.
The Bloomington-Normal Airport Authority wants to expand its tax base to give it the option of increasing revenue.
A top credit rating agency has called GOP Gov. Bruce Rauner's $32 billion budget proposal "hard to implement.
Springfield Mayor Mike Houston says his advisers had never seen him so angry.
Springfield City Treasurer Jim Langfelder and Sangamon County Auditor Paul Palazzolo will face each other in April's general election.
The Ward 2 aldermanic field has been narrowed from six to two.
One woman is dead and several others are injured following an early morning high-rise fire in downtown Springfield.
Women are changing the face of Agriculture.
Some painkillers are highly addictive
Preventing the next school shooting is the goal