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Sandoval school board includes student member who also spoke to members of the general assembly.
Grocery chain was accused of filling prescriptions written by unauthorized practitioners.
Brig. General Richard Hayes says he's not concerned about budget issues in Illinois.
Governor Rauner believes a deal will be worked out before the deadline and says it's premature to speculate on a shutdown.
What a time to be thinking about electricity bills getting too high.
Governor Bruce Rauner's office is preparing for either no budget to be in effect by July first, or for a budget to be in effect with a $4 billion dollar hole in it.
Two new positions and plenty of upgrades are the focus.
Two national TV news reporters are in trouble for violating media orders in federal court in Chicago during former House Speaker Dennis Hastert's arraignment.
An Illinois politician who voted for the bill says the Americans with Disabilities Act would not pass today.
Springfield Police say a man arrested for Disorderly Conduct won't be an Uber driver anymore.
Springfield Police say one person was injured after a shooting incident Friday morning.
Sen. Mark Kirk has apologized after being caught on a hot microphone using a word considered disparaging to women.
A former Springfield resident was arrested in Utah on a warrant accusing him of Theft by Deception.
The Executive Director of the Springfield Park District is calling for an analysis of the district's Police Department.
The proposed cuts from LIHEAP, a program which helps get natural gas and electricity to poor people in Illinois, were front and center in a committee hearing room Thursday.
A top labor leader in Illinois says the playbook of Gov. Bruce Rauner looks clear in some areas.
The federal judge assigned to the case against former House Speaker Dennis Hastert will stay.
Construction will likely soon begin on the Springfield Housing Authority's "Villas at Vinegar Hill."
Add the Illinois Hospital Association to the voices of those urging that the budget situation be fixed soon.
The Mayors of New York City and Peoria are joining together to announce a partnership related to career and technical education in Peoria, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Miami.