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Another state high school athletic tournament is this weekend, but this one will involve the Special Olympics.
Johnnie Lee Savory spent 30 years in prison for the 1977 deaths, and was pardoned in 2011 by then-Illinois Governor Pat Quinn.
Outgoing City Water Light and Power head Eric Hobbie is urging the new Springfield City Council to move forward with building up Hunter Lake so it can be a secondary water supply for the city.
It's helped find 42 kids in 13 years
House Dems: Guv's ideas won't fly
Rauner says LaHood favors "limited government, low taxes, individual liberties (and) personal responsibility.''
The body of David Chase, 47, of Springfield was discovered Wednesday morning.
The idea, put forth in a Chicago Tribune editorial, suggests laying everyone off and hiring them back under a new pension system.
Langfelder says he so far has hired people whom he believes to be the best for the job.
He could offer state workers a choice between keeping annual cost-of-living increases in retirement or counting future pay raises when calculating their retirement benefits.
The building housing the Illinois State Museum in Springfield has officially been named in honor of late former Senator Alan Dixon, who passed away last July.
Meatloaf won't be gracing Springfield with his presence, but the show will go on.
He says the governor is out of touch
Michael Johnson is accused of infecting others with HIV
Hard to keep up, she says
Widows of killed ISP troopers are not frivolous plaintiffs, Republicans argue
The Springfield City Council will consider an override of now-former Mayor Mike Houston's last act: vetoing a rebate of monies paid in lieu of taxes by City Water Light and Power.
The United Way of Central Illinois says it has a clear focus now as it goes forward with its strategic planning process.
2014 was a year free of on-the-job fatalities for firefighters, the first such year since 2002.
Herman Senor says there's one thing in common about all of new Mayor Jim Langfelder's department appointments.