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Return to partisanship predicted
Halfway toward $10,000 goal
Neither is ready for final House passage
Gov. Bruce Rauner has accepted the resignation of the state's Agriculture Department director and the director of the state fair.
Deadline to apply is 11:59pm Monday.
A woman is dead following a crash on I-55 shortly before noon Thursday morning.
Gregory Hays was caught in rural Shelby County.
The $3.8 billion plan now goes to the full House.
The state's budget situation is to blame.
Former University of Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise will start teaching in the Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology in the spring.
Peoria-based Caterpillar is laying off as many as 10,000 employees worldwide through the end of 2018 as it works to cut costs.
The committee tentatively has set Oct. 4 as the day to meet and choose a replacement.
CEO Tony Sanders says district officials have no evidence students have been exposed to anything harmful.
Zopp had announced her support of the agreement 27 days earlier than Duckworth.
Don't expect budget progress
The Springfield City Council will wait two more weeks before voting on the proposed annexation of 48 acres of land into the city, to be located in Ward 3.
"Access" paratransit service will be expanded so routes will cover more of the area.
Being a homeowner has some advantages, and more advantages are being extended to Illinois' disabled veterans as it pertains to their property taxes.
The CEO of a suburban Chicago school district says elevated levels of Legionella bacteria discovered at three schools were limited to the buildings' cooling systems.
Somewhere between back-to-school and holiday preparations is this: get a flu shot.