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Schock's last day in office is Tuesday
Only candidate to announce a run for Aaron Schock's seat so far is Darin LaHood.
Governor Rauner stands by right-to-work zones in Illinois in spite of opinion issued by Lisa Madigan's office.
Archdiocese of Chicago officials say the plan arose out of the denomination's annual meeting.
The presentations are scheduled for the weekend of April 10 to 12.
Lights out from 8:30 to 9:30 this evening.
$21.9 million dollars allocated over three years to teach SNAP recipients job skills and job etiquette.
This year's annual campaign has raised more money.
It's almost two years old, and the Sangamon CEO program says they've had more success than they could ever have imagined.
The Sangamon County Drug Interdiction Response Team, or DIRT, is reporting some meth arrests in Pawnee.
Thirty-nine percent of people in rural parts of Illinois have no access to high-speed Internet service.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin is praising Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid as "one of the ablest leaders of the Senate Democratic caucus in modern history.''
The measure has been introduced twice previously without success.
Minimum wage, right to work zones, and other questions were posed.
Children wasted no time Thursday morning running to play in the new "Bounties of Nature" playground at Center Park in Springfield, once it officially opened.
The Illinois Legislature has approved a plan ending weeks of negotiations over plugging a $1.6 billion hole in this year's state budget.
Congressman Aaron Schock says he is leaving Congress with sadness and humility.
An Illinois National Guard soldier is one of two people arrested for allegedly providing support to ISIS.
Jackson will serve the remainder of his sentence at a Washington, D.C., halfway house.
Madigan's office says the arrest of Timothy Saxton, 37, is the 75th since her office started what's called "Operation Glass House".