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The Illinois Supreme Court ruled earlier this year that 2013 legislation that cut public-employee pension benefits was unconstitutional.
Illinois has plenty of wind.
The USDA says the money will pay for 430 pumps in Illinois, roughly 5,000 nationwide.
Driverless cars? Car pool incentives?
LaHood, Mellon are on ballot
Lottery prizes are among the expenditures
Zopp is the only declared challenger to U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-Hoffman Estates).
SmartAsset.com says Springfield is number three on their list of "Top 10 Cities to Work in Tech."
No state budget equals an ever-increasing stack of unpaid bills.
Langfelder says aggressive panhandlers is a focus, since that part wasn't declared illegal, and with that, is just how close a panhandler can get to you.
The flagship campus of the U of I has its second highest enrollment in school history.
Two winners have filed a federal lawsuit against the Illinois Lottery, which stopped paying out large prizes because there's no state budget.
The death toll in Quincy from Legionnaires' Disease now stands at ten people.
"I don't wish to sound harsh, but it's the responsibility of parents to get this done."
Even a week later, we're still hearing about Senate Bill 1229.
The Twitter account depicted the mayor as lewd, and being a fan of drugs and alcohol.
Soybeans have a fighting chance; too late for some corn
Springfield's contract with a firm serving as the city's inspector general expired in February, but it still has work to do.
The Capital-Area Association of Realtors says it's still optimistic about home sales in the area, even though there weren't as many of them last month compared to a year ago.