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Even when calling for compromise in the state budget battle, legislative leaders sound as entrenched as ever.
Congressman Rodney Davis is honoring late Decatur Mayor Mike McElroy.
A Springfield teenager faces various charges after a shots fired call early Wednesday morning.
Peoria Police are investigating what they say is their third homicide in a week.
A section of highway near Peoria could soon be named after baseball legend and Peoria native Jim Thome.
The roughly $4 million line item is threatened as lawmakers and the governor can't come to a budget agreement
They agree: he gives us plenty to talk about
The Springfield City Council has voted to move forward with the development of Hunter Lake if a secondary water source were needed for the city.
Len Goodman blasted the ruling by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, claiming it ignored problems in the original trial.
Lower sentence possible, as is a comeback, for Blagojevich.
Prosecutors wont' say what their plans are after an appeals court overturned some corruption convictions against former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Blagojevich argued he'd merely engaged in legal, run-of-the-mill political horse-trading.
Two people are injured and one person faces charges.
Springfield Police are continuing to investigate two more shootings.
Rauner still wants negotiation on budget and Turnaround Agenda.
The library says it will present a "World's Fair Tea" on August first.
Only about half the crop is in good or excellent condition
State law follows U.S. Supreme Court ruling
With the exception of one area, the Springfield Public School District has all the money owed to it in the last fiscal year.
The Illinois National Guard may be the target of a scam.