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The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce is embarking on their annual survey of local businesses to determine the area's local health.
The Service Employees International Union is spearheading an effort to try and restore funding to the Child Care Assistance Program, or CCAP.
Golar (D-Chicago) was known for introducing her bills by singing, not reading, the language of the legislation on the House floor.
"Tar spot" has been confirmed in Illinois' Bureau, DeKalb and LaSalle counties
Civil rights advocates are trying to prepare Illinois cities with so-called nuisance laws about too many police calls for new exceptions protecting domestic abuse victims and the disabled.
It would provide restricted permits if drivers prove they are drug and alcohol free for at least three years.
Pope Francis will address Congress this week, possibly on a stance that many members of Congress don’t support.
The former leader of the Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony has been killed in a car crash in Wisconsin.
The new Springfield field office will be a part of an expanded statewide strategy.
State Farm Insurance is warning about a higher probability of hitting a deer in Illinois this year while driving.
It seems the only thing more lucrative than being in charge of these places is being fired from being in charge of these places.
The Nature Conservancy is building a complex, $6 million system of pumps and a concrete channel that would connect the 7,000-acre Emiquon to the river.
No injuries reported but there was minor damage to some homes in the area.
They say they believe Illinois state lawmakers appropriated the money in 2014
Two office were destroyed but the group's most important assets suffered no or minor damage.
The unions fear with no promise of state payment, doctors will require cash upfront from patients.
A recent report by the Illinois Legislature revealed the Illinois Lottery lost money last year for the first time since 2009.
Illinois FOP says a smile and a thank you will do.
An estimated 90 percent of parents who would’ve qualified under the old rules are now no longer eligible for child care assistance.
Sister Philip Neri Crawford hopes to hear Pope Francis speak on the environment and helping the poor.