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Northern Illinois University joins Eastern, UIUC.
Pat Brady predicts Trump will be long gone from the race by Illinois primary day
Public pressure from FOP
Police are investigating a late afternoon shooting on Springfield's east side.
Two locally-owned and operated banks are merging, and while executives say they will get bigger, they won't get too big.
Ground has been broken on the Springfield Housing Authority's new "Villas at Vinegar Hill" senior housing complex.
The Springfield City Council will soon act on collective bargaining agreements reached with several of the city's labor unions.
The Illinois Attorney General's office has issued a subpoena to Volkswagen over its manipulation of emissions tests.
A new report says Illinois is leading the nation in creating jobs through historic preservation.
Caterpillar says it is indefinitely laying off 230 workers at its plant in East Peoria.
The lead investigator on the case of the Fox Lake police officer found shot dead has confirmed that the police lieutenant was shot with his own weapon.
Awaits UAW vote.
Midwest conference going on in Illinois.
Two are state lawmakers
His brother remains
A bad decision to start, he says
SEIU: This is an Illinois Policy Institute presentation. IPI: No, it's not.
For State Senator Andy Manar, that's a good question he can't necessarily answer.
Residents continue to speak out about the council's commitment to build Hunter Lake as a secondary water source.
9th between Converse and Black Avenue will be closed so that Union Pacific can do some work on the railroad bridge.