One alderman voted "present," one voted "no," and eight voted "yes."
A crosswalk in downtown Springfield is about to look like a combination Lincoln history site and Beatles "Abbey Road" album cover.
Management fees will be cut by 43 percent in the Illinois’ Bright Directions savings program
Bankruptcy converted from Chapter 11 to Chapter 7.
Doug Brown says he's not trying to hide anything.
State has notified jails, health departments, etc.
Frank Mautino would replace current Auditor General William Holland when he retires at the end of the year.
Obama is the sponsor of the attack submarine that will become the USS Illinois.
Harvest halfway done
Back in black
There could have been drugs there, but there weren't
Police superintendent has had five years and has only failed, they say
Shea's family will not carry on museum
SJ-R: unrelated, apparently
SJ-R: New Berlin board won't fire Creviston despite DUI
The Springfield City Council will vote Tuesday on a rate restructuring plan for City Water Light and Power to shore up the electric fund's debt.
Dick Durbin is sounding a familiar tune.
Chuck Weaver is the man tapped by a committee made up of Republicans to replace Darin LaHood in Springfield
The Pain at the Pump is less painful these days.
The system will grade the schools and districts much like students taking a traditional classroom test are graded.