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Minimum wage, sick leave
"I think it's safe to say that the dispatchers will remain in the budget."
Illinois' fiscal year ends June 30, and the state could cruise into July with no agreement on a budget.
Quinshaunta Golden pleaded guilty in April 2014 to bribery and other charges.
The Springfield Mass Transit District's board has approved a $14 million budget for the fiscal year starting next week.
Rauner wants to freeze the amount of money local governments may collect in property taxes.
The next time the federal government decides to close military bases, states hope they’ll close somewhere else – not in their own backyard.
The U.S. and Illinois Chambers of Commerce are backing State Senator Darin LaHood as the next 18th District Congressman.
The mayor of Coal City says a suspected tornado swept into town, first striking the high school before moving to the southeast over homes and damaging a fire station.
Crops still coming along
State fiscal year has one week to go
Things got a little testy between the two Democratic candidates in next month's special primary election to choose who may replace Aaron Schock as 18th District Congressman.
"I'd have to check," says Langfelder.
"Dead" isn’t the right way to describe the so-called Illinois Clean Jobs Bill, according to one of its sponsors.
Sangamon County residents are continuing to put the area's economic importance in downtown Springfield.
$204 million in tax credits have been doled out in the last six years for television shows, movies, and commercials filmed in Illinois.
Jesse Jackson Junior will serve three years of supervised release and complete 500 hours of community service.
Demand expected to grow soon
Illinois pays out a lot and gets back not a lot
Ag Invest among the programs the treasurer is headlining