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Back to square one for governor, General Assembly
Iran is unusually hostile, he says.
Grad will honor an in-law, an Iraq War veteran who is graduating
Fire departments from multiple communities were on the scene of a fire that has all but destroyed a grocery store in Girard.
House Speaker Mike Madigan says he's scheduling a vote on Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposal to allow employees to opt out of unions.
Oak Forest police officer James Morrissy left behind a legacy -- a "blueprint" for how the job should be done.
Springfield was graded "F" for air quality -- and so was all of Illinois.
Michael Gordon is being held at the St. Louis County jail in lieu of $1 million bond.
U of I Financial Head Wants "Decoupling" of Credit Ratings
The University of Illinois Board of Trustees has agreed to give the college's outgoing president a big performance bonus.
The so-called "Little Rock Nine" are the latest recipients of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation's "Lincoln Leadership Prize".
The woman accused of stealing money over six-plus years from Saint John's Children's Hospital while its Executive Director is not yet ready to plead guilty.
"Start Seeing Motorcycles" is IDOT campaign
Thursday's the day the Springfield City Council changes.
Fight over Rauner's suggested cuts
Gov. Bruce Rauner tried to sell his so-called "turnaround agenda" to a reluctant audience Wednesday: the Chicago City Council.
One of the top Democrats at the state Capitol says Gov. Bruce Rauner is showing he does not know everything.
"Growing Illinois" is the theme of the 2015 Illinois State Fair.
The measure made it through the Illinois House last week.
Illinois House Democrats have sent a clear message to Gov. Bruce Rauner that they disagree with his proposed cuts to human services in next year's budget.