Local » Page 7
Durbin talks immigration and Trump's Springfield appearance.
$211,000 worth of medical marijuana sold in the first week in Illinois.
Clinton Landfill Inc. had agreed to a consent decree prohibiting the landfill from taking waste such as toxic PCBs.
Illinois' integrity grade: D+
State Rep. Raymond Poe replaces Phillip Nelson.
Illinois superdelegates to the Democratic National Convention next summer in Philadelphia appear to be lining up behind Hillary Rodham Clinton for president.
Missouri has already rejected wind power line
Business groups: public view will stifle candid debate
Also, president's retention bonus is rescinded.
Groundbreaking was Thursday for the Illinois State Police Memorial Park.
The capital was one of the cities where authorities reported laser beams being pointed at aircraft Wednesday night.
Illinois Lottery ticket sales have plummeted since lottery officials announced delaying payouts over $600 because of the state budget impasse.
Illinois State University is reporting a graduation rate of 73.4 percent -- the highest in recent history.
Total settlement value: $875,000.
Natheon Hanson, 28,
Measure supports opening museum, but does not fund it.
Tax credit involved in Mulroe's bill
Potential November 2016 rivals on stage, far apart, together
Springfield and area residents honor men and women who've served in the military.
The Springfield City Council is expected to approve issuing yet more bonds -- this time, for something other than to the benefit of City Water Light and Power's finances.