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Local state senator fears damage to budget talks
Israel prime minister to address Congress next month
Springfield aldermen have added about $53,000 to next year's budget.
State lawmakers tried to glean information Tuesday on what the governor’s budget will look like from several of his picks run state agencies.
The FBI has approved the use of its criminal history records for out-of-state and federal background checks of medical marijuana business owners.
Two more infants from a suburban Chicago day care have measles.
Gov. Bruce Rauner says he's confident state schools and other critical programs can be fully funded despite the state's budget crisis.
Springfield's Central Historic District is trying to expand for the first time in its roughly 40 year history.
The relationship between the governor and Illinois’ largest state employee union is going from bad from worse.
Get the word out, advocates say
Day cares should get a policy, they say
Gov. Bruce Rauner has stepped up his campaign against government employee unions by eliminating so-called "fair share'' dues paid by workers who don't join a union.
A watchdog group has filed a complaint against congressman Aaron Schock over his home sale to a campaign donor.
The Sangamon County Board Chairman has nominated Don Gray to run the Sangamon County Clerk's office.
Areas like health and financial well being are also entering the picture.
The governor’s office and legislative leaders are negotiating how to fix Illinois’ immediate budget problems.
Rauner says Illinois' current setup isn't working.
Fine jumps to $325 now
New coalition unveiled in Springfield
Exelon wants credits to keep nuclear plants going