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The on-again, off-again demolition of the former Pillsbury Mills and Cargill plants is on again.
Governor Bruce Rauner has wielded his veto pen -- rejecting almost all of the state budget sent by lawmakers.
Springfield Police need help solving an armed robbery from earlier this month.
A baseball field will open Saturday that is designed to make it better for the disabled to play the game.
The sentencing for the daughter of President Obama's former minister on charges related to her role in a state grant fraud scheme has been delayed.
Senators Dick Durbin and Mark Kirk, along with five Illinois Congressmen are introducing legislation to expand the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area.
Those who work in health care in Illinois are breathing a sigh of relief after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.
A community hit hard by a tornado earlier in the year is helping out another community hit hard by one just this week.
Alleges overuse by IDOC
"We do not believe she was planning anything violent."
An attorney says there are many unanswered questions for business owners about medical marijuana.
Tickets go on sale next Monday, they range from $40 for a Tier 3 seat to $62 for a VIP pass
The announcement that the Chatham Village Board would not consider cutting dispatchers as a way to cut its budget was the start of a sea change of sorts.
The measure increases K-12 education funding for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year by about $244 million, early childhood education by $25 million.
Illinois State Police say they're looking for a man who shot at a state trooper during a traffic stop in East Saint Louis.
More pieces of Springfield's sewer system have caved in.
Disabled student athletes will have full opportunities to compete in certain sports.
Report: hard to find information about abortion coverage.
Officials in the northern Illinois town of Coal City are continuing cleanup efforts after Monday's damaging EF3 tornado.
Madigan: Veto the parts you don't like, governor.