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The soldiers are a part of the 232nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, which is based in Springfield.
Springfield Police need help figuring out who committed an armed robbery last weekend.
401(k)-style solution could still be in the mix, senator says
He's not surprised Gov. Rauner is pushing it
Republican state Sen. Jason Barickman of Bloomington says he's filing legislation that would commission a study to develop a formula for state funding of schools based on local needs.
Gov. Bruce Rauner's nominee to head the Illinois Department of Transportation was arrested for drunken driving in 2004.
One of the candidates for Springfield's Ward 2 is making economic development a top priority.
The group believes with corporate sponsorship the project is "entirely doable.''
A Galesburg man accused of shooting a 15-year-old to death in 2013 has pleaded guilty.
Houston says the information released late Wednesday is just a press release, and expects a full report to come forth soon.
Many reasons not to move public pension plans into this format, he says
Oil prices make project economically unfeasible, he says
The city of Springfield will not face criminal charges for its actions over the illegal shredding of police internal affairs files.
Illinois residents might not be able to use their driver's licenses at airports starting in 2016.
You've heard of Star Wars Day – May the Fourth. And CB Radio Day – Ten-Four. All kidding aside, February 11 is 2-1-1 Day.
Springfield beat cops are trying to get more involved with the community.
Don Gray will serve as Sangamon County Clerk until at least 2016.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed an executive order to create the Illinois State Commission on Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform.
Local state senator fears damage to budget talks
Israel prime minister to address Congress next month