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IDOC says there's no indication the data has been misused and continues to investigate.
Free admission and other attractions at Illinois State Fair today for Veterans.
The Illinois Executive Mansion Association says it will review qualifications and shortlist no more than 10 firms for the project.
It’s been a busy offseason for this year’s NBA finals MVP – but he found a way home to share some knowledge with those following in his footsteps.
A wrong-way crash on I-55 in Logan County has claimed a Springfield man's life.
Illinois Agriculture Director Phillip Nelson says you won't see any out-of-state birds at this year's fair.
Prize money for harness racing at the Illinois State Fair is down considerably as the state budget impasse continues.
Rock-N-Roller says food banks are the "simplest and most reliable way to help others".
"In order to keep things calm in this interim short period of time, we agreed to seal off the site and stop any activity until all parties have had a chance to see what's going on"
Don't give to the panhandlers themselves -- give to businesses who will them get the money to panhandlers.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has picked a retired Iowa prisons chief to preside atop a troubled Illinois Department of Corrections.
The University of Illinois no longer plans to fire Chancellor Phyllis Wise.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has scaled back what he’s asking the legislature to consider from his agenda to three bills.
Illinois State Police are investigating a stabbing that gave three people non life-threatening injuries.
A man just appointed as Lincoln's Mayor on June 1 has died.
The former head of St. John's Children's Hospital has been sentenced to 9 years in prison
172 and 53, respectively, bushels per acre for corn and soybeans
She's retiring to write a book about making cows out of butter
USS Illinois leaders are the grand marshals of the parade
Something that's been in the master plan for Iles Park could finally become reality.