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EPA stays state needs to make upgrades to continue providing safe drinking water.
ADM CEO says innovation through the opportunities the Midwest Inland Port could provide is tantamount to improving the quality of life in central Illinois.
The Illinois Environmental Council wrote a message to its members saying possible layoffs of workers in statewide recycling programs could force cancellation of the programs.
New service to Las Vegas is the latest gamble at the little-used Mid America airport once expected to lure millions of travelers annually.
The State warned vendors payment would be late this year due to the budget impasse. Payment is issued out of the State Fair fund; it cannot be made without a budget.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin toured Memorial Medical Center’s Center for Learning and Innovation, which opened this summer.
The Illinois State Museum and World Shooting and Recreation Complex in Sparta will close to the public Wednesday. But employees will still report to work while layoffs are pending in court.
The governor's office, as is its practice, would not answer questions.
No charges have been filed, the investigation is ongoing.
One word sums up the reaction to U.S. House Speaker John Boehner’s retirement announcement from Illinois Republicans: surprise.
Springfield Police are looking for help solving an armed robbery.
Derrick Smith was sentenced in April after jurors convicted him last year of bribery and attempted extortion.
Top staff "doesn't know the difference between a boar and a barrow"
Return to partisanship predicted
Halfway toward $10,000 goal
Neither is ready for final House passage
Gov. Bruce Rauner has accepted the resignation of the state's Agriculture Department director and the director of the state fair.
Deadline to apply is 11:59pm Monday.
A woman is dead following a crash on I-55 shortly before noon Thursday morning.
Gregory Hays was caught in rural Shelby County.