Executive Director Jackie Newman says there wasn't enough room in the basement for the Section 8 voucher program, dealing with hundreds of landlords and tenants alike.
Slavery has been brought into the rhetoric over the budget stalemate.
Nobody in Illinois has prescribed or consumed medical marijuana yet.
An attempted robbery at a Springfield bank ended almost as quickly as it started.
A 21st century way to get news, or a website designed just to make people mad?
"Chicago" and Rockford's Cheap Trick are among eight first-time nominees.
Bustos and Davis plan to promote economic development and trade opportunities for Illinois farmers.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has more than $19 million in his campaign fund after the most recent fundraising quarter.
100 more approval letters were sent in September.
This may sound familiar – the Midwest could see a spike in gas prices over the next few weeks due to refinery maintenance.
Woodside Township property annexation rejected on a 4-6 vote of the Springfield City Council.
Durkin: The governor is the reasonable one
2,000 in Marion
The monthly measure of the state's economy is where it's been since May 2013 – slow, steady growth.
A speech from Gov. Bruce Rauner on the budget impasse offers little new information.
Twenty-one fallen military members were honored during the "Unaccompanied Veterans" ceremony.
Police were called to the Inn at 835 on September 26th following reports of a disturbance.
Vhronic pain syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, osteoarthritis, among items recommended.
The Illinois Public Health Association says the state budget impasse is "eroding" the ability to respond to public health emergencies.
An overturned semi carrying hazardous materials has reduced I-55 southbound down to one lane just north of Lincoln.