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New charges have been filed against the former head of St. John's Children's Hospital director Margaret "Peggy" Curtin.
Springfield has become the second city in Illinois to welcome Uber to town.
“Senate Bill 16 absolutely gutted the Chicago suburbs,” Radogno said.
His administration had promised the decision by the end of 2014 but still hasn't made it.
800,000 Illinoisans enrolled under Affordable Care Act
Senator ties outgoing governor to imprisoned predecessor
Trade with Cuba could be a job creator
Long-running case comes to an end
Outgoing Gov. Pat Quinn says lawmakers' approval of a special election for comptroller is a "victory for democracy.''
Illinois' incoming comptroller says she'd run in a 2016 special election if lawmakers approve one at a legislative session in Springfield.
Police say two men broke into an apartment in the 2400 block of Ladley Court early the morning of the 25th.
Hearing into abuse
Congressional vote possible today
He spoke truth to power, he has been in power, he will speak truth to power
House Speaker Michael Madigan says he will support a proposal to establish a 2016 special election to replace late Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka.
Experts say making the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum a separate state agency would hamper its ability to modernize.
A federal agency has filed violations against a Springfield agricultural products company after two workers died at its Pekin facility.
Bobbie Gregg testified Wednesday before state lawmakers in the wake of a newspaper investigation.
May be convinced by potential revenue stream
A return to academia is possible for one-term lieutenant governor