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The University of Illinois Springfield is getting $754,000 for its "Illinois Innocence Project."
Marcus B Fifer, 44, was convicted on 17 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.
Rep. Rodney Davis: “This bill, while not perfect, is a good first step,”
The state is about is head into its fifth month without a budget, and Gov. Bruce Rauner is sending dead fish to Chicago’s mayor.
Several neighboring states have filed lawsuits.
Memorial pays $2.7 million.
Thousands of applications for medical marijuana usage have been approved and ID cards should be in applicants’ hands in a few days.
Amanda Ware, formerly Amanda Hamm, has had three more kids since Clinton Lake drowning
Unintended consequence of ending patronage hiring
Sandack: Let the governor lead the way
State chamber: probably, but it's up to the business
Christopher Hicks of Sawyerville, 28, is running against appointed State Representative Avery Bourne for the 95th District seat.
Democrats says most constituents are targeting Democrat Mike Madigan.
When one's thoughts turn to fall in Springfield, they turn to how quickly one can make falling leaves go away.
Officials with two groups say they're pleased that energy company Exelon is holding off for at least a year on whether to close the Clinton nuclear power plant.
Barbara Wilson says she is working more on the Salaita lawsuit than "almost anything" else.
Springfield Police are looking for help solving an armed robbery -- surveillance video captured that night might be a big help.
Sports governing body has already made progress
State average increase is less than nation's
Question: Why aren't there extortion charges against the man being paid off?