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A 16 year old Springfield youth has been charged with First Degree Murder in Tuttle's death.
The travel ban has been in effect since 1960, ostensibly as a way to prevent Americans from supporting the Castro communist regime.
As Springfield prepares for the re-enactment of Abraham Lincoln's funeral in May, officials say the 150th anniversary could be an economic windfall for the city.
Springfield Police have arrested the man they believe is responsible for a non-fatal shooting near King and Stuart earlier this week.
The City of Springfield has declared a snow emergency ahead of this weekend's weather.
Drinking and driving in Springfield is a bad idea every weekend, but it'll be especially bad this weekend as area agencies prepare for Super Bowl parties.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is paying top staff members significantly more than those who worked for his predecessor.
Unforgettable story from a survivor
Could be diversion from Rauner's real remedy, professor suggests
State of the State preview hits Champaign
A couple of local lawmakers are trying to put some teeth into a high speed rail agreement that will benefit Springfield minority communities.
The Springfield metro area has recorded another drop in unemployment.
A man wielding a box cutter tried to hold up a new pet store near downtown Springfield
No one was injured in the crash.
A professor who lost a University of Illinois job offer over his profane, anti-Israel Twitter messages has sued.
Another Springfield man has been shot, but is expected to be okay.
If it looks like a conflict, that's bad enough for State Rep. Scott Drury (D-Highwood).
Proportion of income devoted to rent is a problem