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Bill is awaiting Governor Rauner's signature.
Will continue chemotherapy at home in Champaign.
Dick Durbin says weapons inspection should be part of any final deal.
More rain forecast today and Monday.
IEMA coordinating disaster relief efforts among state agencies.
Officials say they've taken steps to draw students, including more scholarships.
Former House Minority leader now working with grade school students through Aurora U's STEM programs.
Jard Reber to be sentenced August 10 in Christian County Court.
The rest of the budget remains in flux now that Governor Bruce Rauner has vetoed most of it, but the education funding he did sign is good news for the Springfield Public School District.
Mayor Jim Langfelder says the meeting is from 10 to 11 am at the American Legion on Sangamon Avenue.
Some places in Illinois are on their way to breaking rainfall records for June… other places already have.
Three sewer cave-ins in two days, all in the area of downtown Springfield, all have to do with one thing.
Changing eligibility rules for a home care program for seniors and people with disabilities isn't popular with either party.
A jury in Decatur has convicted a man of killing his wife three years ago.
Former Illinois Congressman Mel Reynolds has been indicted on federal tax evasion charges.
Same-sex couples in Illinois had the right to marry thanks to a state law. Now, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled it’s a constitutional right.
Electronic cigarettes will be prohibited in almost all Ogle County public and work places starting July 1.
Illinois' Rural Affairs Council has heard again from the expert.
That's a long way from the museum's first two years.
What's not clear, however, is whether there will be a new contract by the end of July.