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United Airlines will also offer flights out of Peoria to Houston, starting in March.
WIU will start precision agriculture program in fall of 2015.
Rauner using his own executive order abilities to reverse Pat Quinn's executive orders.
Stem cell procedure seems to be working
Durbin says the Republican-supported bill to defund President Obama’s immigration programs won’t go anywhere in the Senate
llinois State Police say more than 91,000 concealed-carry permits have been issued statewide since the state began allowing guns to…
His friends could be coming with him
Too much burden on lower-income people, study says
Taylorville man is victim
Strengthen middle class every day, Frerichs says
University of Illinois trustees have voted to freeze in-state tuition rates at the school's three campuses.
Inmates at the Logan Correctional Center were charged in nearly 400 cases against employees and fellow prisoners since the prison was converted to an all-female facility 18 months ago.
Springfield Police need help solving an armed robbery at the Ash Street Pub, near 10th and Ash.
Gov. Bruce Rauner says his main focus since winning the election two months ago has been to recruit “superstars.”
One local member of the Illinois House took the oath of office miles from here.
Governor Bruce Rauner has issued an executive order requiring all of the state's political hires to be posted online.
Members of Illinois' 99th General Assembly have been sworn into office as the state enters its first divided government in more than a decade.
The Democrats who control the Illinois General Assembly stand ready to consider all of the budgetary ideas Gov. Bruce Rauner puts forth.
Quinn left loose ends
House, Senate sworn in today