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LaHood, Mellon talk about ACA, Campaign Finance Reform.
SNAP, TANF eligibility in focus
A judge has canceled a Friday hearing on former Congressman Aaron Schock's cooperation with a federal investigation.
Steven Salaita can amend his lawsuit to include the previously dismissed claim that administrators deleted emails pertinent to the case.
A small protest outside U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin’s Chicago office asked for him to vote against a bill which would prevent states from making the labeling of genetically modified foods mandatory.
Rauner says public -- not city councils -- should decide.
4.9% unemployment, but skills gap still a concern.
Governor Bruce Rauner has signed into law the formation of a commission that will oversee the transition to the 10th Street Rail Corridor in Springfield.
A small fire evacuated the Springfield HyVee for a couple of hours Thursday afternoon.
The contract of a budget expert tapped by Gov. Bruce Rauner is set to expire without a state budget in place.
You could call it “Lou's Law.”
The driver is not being charged and suffered from non-life-threatening injuries.
Union officials say they're pursuing contract negotiations with Mitsubishi even though the automaker plans to shut down its plant in Normal.
Offices destroyed, theatre apparently okay
Debate hosted by the State Journal-Register.
In the odd-numbered years, Decatur hosts the Farm Progress Show.
Schock has surrendered more than 10,000 financial records.
New regulations requiring the city to transfer all its money from 18 different banks to traditional bank accounts is drawing the ire of the City Council.
Groups representing developmentally disabled want their money.
State Representative Tim Butler (R-Springfield) says the Committee of the Whole meetings like Tuesday's are becoming, in his words, "useless" and only stand to get worse.