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.
The City of Springfield says finances are in much better now than when Mike Houston once again became mayor four years ago.
Springfield Park District Police Captain Jonathan Davis has called it quits.
2,300 now approved for medical marijuana in Illinois.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's inspector general will look at how effective a federal safety oversight program is after a fatal truck crash in Illinois.
Linda Lingle will receive a $198,000 salary starting in June.
A Southern Illinois University student missing since Monday has been found dead.
Hoosier: Don't be like our state
Other driver refused treatment
The move is so that another technical default doesn't happen on the utility's bonding, and that the required debt coverage ratio can be met.
The alleged misconduct occurred in Jacksonville in 1980.
Scott McFarland was announced as the new chairman of "Invest in 186"
The community of people who work in the state's corrections and juvenile justice systems came together to honor their fallen comrades.
The statewide average stands Tuesday at $2.69
A man found dead behind a Springfield shopping center did not die from a traumatic experience.
Illinois Retail Merchants Association CEO Rob Karr says Illinois' system isn't fair to employers and must be changed.