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The City of Springfield is asking the full 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to review the decision by a court panel deeming the city's downtown panhandling ordinance unconstitutional.
Springfield's new Economic Development Commission is recommending more projects get money from the city's downtown Tax Increment Financing District.
The "overlay" is for businesses that locate in a new development area.
Kirk was scheduled to appear in Springfield today for Governor's Day events.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says there will be no rehearing of the appeal of imprisoned former Governor Rod Blagojevich's corruption convictions.
Scotty meet Scotty
The Springfield City Council will soon have regulations in place limiting the amount of time those who lease land around Lake Springfield can in turn rent their homes out short-term.
Jared Bartimus of Pana, 33, was found in a field in rural Christian County.
Wherever Judy is, she has to be laughing.
Rep. Rodney Davis hears about convenience store issues, and works behind the counter.
Springfield Police will be back on the job with the start of school in District 186.
A ten year old boy was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries after an accident in rural Illiopolis.
A citizen claimed the off-duty deputy was intoxicated and made threats.
The state says it cannot certify 49 previously approved enterprise zones.
Good weather + low gas prices = more driving + more accidents
$400,000 from National Endowment for the Humanities
Another hearing about state finances
Springfield's Lawrence Education Center will stay open for now, despite most of the funding operating it coming from the state, and it being unclear when that funding will come in.
A two-vehicle crash injuring four people backed traffic up on Interstate 55 near Elkhart late Monday morning.
Construction and other reasons cause a loss of parking spots.