Countless man-hours wasted in Gliniewicz investigation
Andrea Little had been expected to plead guilty.
Two Decatur residents have been charged by a federal grand jury in Springfield.
The House voted 68-34 to override Rauner's veto of the bill. It needed 71 votes to become law.
A plan to restore state-subsidized child care assistance for low-income working parents has failed by one vote in the Illinois House.
The city of Peoria will pay $125,000 to a man whose home was raided after he created a Twitter account to parody the mayor.
State officials are reporting six new cases of Legionnaires' disease at a state veterans home where seven residents have already died.
The House has endorsed a plan to spare thousands of people who receive state-subsidized at-home care.
Mayor Jim Langfelder says he feels it will be the public outcry that will end up forcing legislators at the capitol to come together and finally solve the state's budget mess.
The Sherman Village Board has unanimously okayed the city's proposal to create a special business development district that will have an additional sales tax attached to it.
University of Illinois officials want to add $3 million more to the Natural History Building's renovation budget because of problems found during interior demolition.
The vote was 105-5 to reject Rauner's removal of Medicaid coverage from the measure.
The latest volley to try to save the Illinois State Museum from closure came from a third-grader from Pekin.
A former University of Illinois graduate student is suing the school's board of trustees and others.
A southern Illinois judge closed the start of a pretrial hearing for convicted murder Drew Peterson.
The state climatologist says most of August was relatively cool and dry across Illinois.
Illinois Department of Public Health officials have confirmed two deaths from West Nile virus this year.
Lawmakers are proposing a change to the qualifications for state child care assistance, while at the same time eliminating cuts to that program.
Survey of ag lenders unveiled at Farm Progress Show
A project that's been delayed for years may end up going forward, thanks in part to the city's new Economic Development Commission.