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Relief would provide low-interest loans to Illinois Farmers who've suffered crop damage due to flooding.
Bill has passed both House and Senate and is effective immediately. Governor Rauner has signed the bill.
Mitsubishi Motors is done in Normal. The company has announced plans to halt productions at its plant on Nov. 30.…
A retired political analyst is still keeping his head in the game by suggesting it's Democrats with the less-than-stellar political legacy, especially as the state budget impasse drags o
An Illinois appellate court has upheld a county judge's decision that state employees should get full pay even during the state's budget crisis.
Friday is the 100th anniversary of the deadliest disaster in Illinois history.
A new law limits what alternative electricity suppliers can charge you for ending your contract early.
The American Red Cross has spent a lot of time in just the last few weeks statewide helping people and property recover from mother nature's wrath, from tornadoes to flooding.
The Springfield Park District is in the early stages of what could be an important upgrade for Henson-Robinson Zoo.
The Springfield area's unemployment rate is down, but that's not necessarily a good thing.
Mitsubishi has confirmed its going to end production its plant in Normal.
The state’s Department of Natural Resources is out with some recommendations to protect urban homeowners and, for that matter, municipalities from flood damage.
Senate President John Cullerton says he’s tried to get Gov. Bruce Rauner moving on pension reform, with little success.
Three homes were hit by bullets but it doesn't appear anyone was injured.
The state has been ordered to keep making Medicaid payments in its most populous county, and the rest of Illinois may soon follow.
One of Springfield's most iconic downtown high rises is changing brands.
It's unclear what the right handed suspect got away with.
Late Decatur Mayor Mike McElroy was remembered at his funeral as funny, caring, and as a man who deeply loved the city he's called home most of his life.
Caterpillar has released weaker-than-expected results for the second quarter.
A lawmaker representing Illinois’ capital city is growing weary of the seemingly never-ending budget wrangling.