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Soybeans have a fighting chance; too late for some corn
Springfield's contract with a firm serving as the city's inspector general expired in February, but it still has work to do.
The Capital-Area Association of Realtors says it's still optimistic about home sales in the area, even though there weren't as many of them last month compared to a year ago.
Enrollment at the University of Illinois-Springfield is at its second-highest number in history.
Gov. Bruce Rauner's associate general counsel says Illinois would be better off financially by getting out of some of the 80 different consent decrees and court judgments in place affecting the state.
No one's been hospitalized since Aug. 31.
A car collided with a semi.
Musical acts at this year's Illinois State Fair brought in more than $37,000 after expenses.
Officials in Beardstown say they're plagued with sinkholes, and need help from the state or federal government.
Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder says it's time to change the date of the Illinois State Fair.
Thursday is Election Day
No evidence these foods are unsafe, he says
U of I: State budget battle has little impact
A professor at the University of Illinois-Springfield's College of Business and Management says unionization may be on the decline nationally, but is a little bit stronger here than elsewhere.
A van struck a crowd of people gathered for a Labor Day parade.
Former Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon is running for state senate in southern Illinois' 58th District.
Politicians may have differing opinions on the importance of organized labor, but the message of Springfield's Labor Day parade was one of unity.
Chicago-based attorney Joseph Siprut filed it on behalf of a lead plaintiff referred to only as "John Doe.''
An Illinois corporate tax credit program suspended earlier this summer amid a state budget crisis has since been offered to Amazon because of a previous commitment to the online retailer.
Blankenhorn: Negotiations should begin if / when budget is wrapped up