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Bill would allow state to plant milkweed along roads and high ways to bring back Monarch Butterfly population.
Rauner believes his administration will ultimately win debate.
Residents were bussed back into Fairdale Saturday morning.
Nearly two-thirds of taxpayers will received a refund.
Durbin first introduced the bill in 2009.
National Weather Service has classified Fairdale tornado as EF4.
Rauner's executive order overturned by St. Clair County judge.
The Springfield Public School District is now taking sealed bids on the long-closed Pleasant Hill Elementary School Building.
Springfield Mayor Mike Houston says he's pleased the federal government is providing $2 million as part of the 10th Street Rail Corridor upgrades.
The death toll from the tornado in DeKalb County has risen to two.
The chancellor of the University of Illinois' main campus says a plan to add 500 new professors by the year 2020 may have to be scaled back.
Governor Bruce Rauner wants to take back an Illinois law signed last year giving jurors a pay raise.
Hank Williams, Junior will perform with .38 Special on August 21st.
An Iowa man faces as much as 15 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of sexually assaulting a western Illinois woman.
A Champaign man has been convicted of murder.
Three people were injured as the result of an accident in Logan County Thursday morning.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is scaling back his legislative agenda, but only in terms of the number of bills in which it's contained.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan said in a statement that Watkins allegedly issued herself duplicate LINK cards.
The Illinois Department of Emergency Management says one person was killed and seven injured in Fairdale.
That area includes Champaign, Vermilion, Douglas, Ford, Iroquois, Edgar and Coles counties.