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Sangamon County residents needing flood insurance should be able to get it cheaper now.
Those looking for more minorities on the Springfield Police force may just get them.
State Comptroller Leslie G. Munger says some things will be paid.
Authorities in the Pekin area say they're looking for the body of a man who disappeared while tubing on the Mackinaw River.
Ford says its Chicago assembly plant will stop making the Lincoln MKS full-sized Sedan next year.
The University of Illinois already has a name for its new medical school in Urbana, but now it's wanting its faculty to weigh in.
Eastland Fabrication in Lanark says they've been working on the "Great Wall of Rescue" since 2010
Dueling news conferences for Rauner, Madigan
Andy Goleman replaces Paul Palazzolo.
The Springfield City Council is continuing to hold up a project backed by the University of Illinois-Springfield to build graduate student housing downtown.
Guv accuses Speaker of profiting from property taxes
A New York native and former Midwesterner will replace the longtime president of Benedictine University.
House Democrats are endorsing a property tax freeze -- one of the issues on Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's agenda.
Beth Purvis, Illinois’ secretary of education, was in a committee room Tuesday afternoon.
The Capital-Area Association of Realtors says home sales were up in May, but that's not all good news.
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has pleaded not guilty to charges in a federal hush-money case.
An Air Force officer who went missing before a court-martial trial in Illinois has been found in Nevada.
The Illinois High School Association has named a new Executive Director.
Decatur will be the host of a statewide science fair next year.
Three quarters are in good to excellent condition