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Optimism and pessimism following pension arguments before the Illinois Supreme Court
Pension reform gets its day in court.
Springfield Police are contending with their third shooting in three days.
Springfield Treasurer and Mayoral Candidate Jim Langfelder says he wants reforms at City Water, Light, and Power if elected next month.
There was more than one big event in Springfield today.
A "rolling" festival will come through this part of the state this summer.
Play areas at restaurants would have to be cleaned up daily under a measure in the Ilinois House.
At least five Illinois mayors are pressuring Illinois lawmakers to keep a tax credit benefiting the renovation of historic structures.
The people who claim to know a lot about illicit drugs say prescription painkillers are a gateway to heroin.
Supremes hear them at 2:30
COGFA briefs lawmakers
The move may help the city's budget.
Governor speaks to the Illinois Asphalt Pavers Association.
Bishop Thomas John Paprocki responds to SNAP's allegations about pedophile priests.
The troubled state agency overseeing Illinois' child welfare has agreed to allow outside experts help monitor residential treatment centers and placement services.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has hired a Yale-educated former CIA intelligence officer to lead Illinois' health insurance enrollment efforts.
Cullerton to Rauner: let's talk.
Ten people face charges following Tuesday's shooting incidents.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office wants Governor Bruce Rauner's suit challenging the constitutionality of "fair share" union does thrown out.