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Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White says Springfield's Memorial Medical Center is on his side.
The Prairie Capital Convention Center is paying the University of Illinois $325,000 a game for the November dates.
The pilot unexpectedly changed course as he approached the airport.
A state panel has stripped former state Rep. Keith Farnham's $1,200 per month pension after he was convicted of federal child pornography charges.
Rauner says the residents of DeKalb and Ogle Counties affected by the tornadoes have until October 31st to file.
State budget chief: The cutting may not be over.
Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County has started construction on the home for its 100th family.
The Springfield City Council will not yet vote on a measure that would increase the city's minimum wage to $10 an hour.
$26 million in cuts, grant suspensions surprise lawmakers who say they thought they'd fixed everything
The primary is scheduled for July 7th, the general September 10th.
The Ball-Chatham School District is cutting 18 positions.
Something not even thought of 150 years ago will be part of the activities marking the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's shooting, death, and funeral.
The inauguration date for newly elected city of Springfield officials has been set.
Chris Wills with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum says there will be events Wednesday marking Lincoln's death.
At least four now-former staffers of former Congressman Aaron Schock tell Congress they've been subpoenaed to testify.
A couple of state lawmakers who are leaders on pension restructuring are cautioning against doing anything further without considering the consequences.
The 2015 Abraham Lincoln Presenters Convention starts later this week.
A judge has appointed a new attorney for Kamron Taylor.
Police heard shots fired at 17th and Cass
Oats, wheat are bright spots now