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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
A railroad depot where Abraham Lincoln spoke before leaving for his first inauguration is among 23 Illinois sites added last year to the National Register of Historic Places.
Of course it's nobody else's business whether my child is vaccinated.
It's on a tight timetable, but the committee tasked with replacing State Representative Rich Brauer has been selected.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk thinks any Republican considering challenging him in next year’s primary would be making a mistake.
A measure introduced in the Illinois legislature would make students pay back certain tuition breaks from the state if they leave Illinois within five years of graduation.
Authorities say a 52-year-old Clinton man was killed in a house fire over the weekend.
15.1 percent, down from 15.8 percent
Survey says: investment via workforce, equipment, technology could increase
College president got $763,000 severance deal
Despite speaking out against same-sex marriage, ex-senator says he'll be fair
Rally in Chicago Sunday
Rose says Illinois could see an additional $10 million per year by loosening restrictions on fireworks sales.
Experts say peridontal disease linked to other diseases throughout the body.