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McElroy was elected mayor in 2009 and had been a City Council member since 2003.
But the state also lost 7500 jobs
It may end up having to be changed, but a new contract is in place between the Springfield Park District and its police force.
The effort started as Chatham Elementary School students wanted to know if the state even had an official vegetable, and that turned into a year-round lesson.
A tornado swept through the towns of Kirkwood, Monmouth and Cameron late Thursday.
Rauner says the ePAR process was inefficient.
Youth living in on-campus residential housing will be transitioned into group homes over the next 12 to 18 months, and the on-campus housing will close.
John Holm retires Friday after six years as chief and 17 years on the force before that.
Anyone with anonymous information leading to an arrest could be eligible for up to a $1,000.
Senate Republicans reject a proposal on freezing property taxes and changing the school funding formula.
Schock owes about $750,000 to the multi-national law firm Jones Day.
Last month the president sent an email letting employees know that layoffs were possible in July.
For the first time since the 1980s, happy hours are now legal in Illinois.
Speaker appeals to governor: ignore campaign advisors and sign budget bill
The man was found at a Dollar Tree store.
If next year brings another budget impasse, the same issues with the state's payroll systems may remain.
A vote on moving forward with Hunter Lake is next week.
The Illinois Senate has approved over the complaints of Republicans a one-month, temporary budget to keep state government operating.
A U.S. judge overseeing Hastert's case congratulated Carrie Hamilton during a Tuesday status hearing.
Democratic leaders have blasted the measure. Labor unions called it a waste of time.