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Illinois' state climatologist says March was both colder than normal and unusually snowy.
Houston does think CWLP is turning the corner.
"A Fiendish Assassination" is the name of a new exhibit at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum in Springfield, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the Great Emancipator's death.
The state still has trouble paying its bills.
How would Springfield handle a 50% cut in state funding if Governor Bruce Rauner gets his way?
CWLP Chief Utilities Engineer Eric Hobbie is leaving next month to take a job at an electric cooperative.
Judge Nardulli says he'll rule before an April 15 deadline.
There's still no sign of a man awaiting sentencing on murder charges who broke out of a jail in Kankakee Wednesday.
Springfield Police need help arresting someone they've already apprehended.
Brave little girl tells her story
The two candidates for Ward Four alderman in Springfield disagree on how important it is to do something with the former Pillsbury plant.
The Springfield City Council has essentially punted on eliminating a city retirement incentive that allows unused vacation and sick time to be counted toward their pension contribution.
A 15-year-old girl who was thought to be with a man who escaped from a Kankakee jail Wednesday morning after allegedly beating a jailer has been found.
The nuclear power plant at Clinton is an important economic engine for Downstate Illinois, says U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis.
There are now officially 2,000 people in Illinois who will be allowed to use medical marijuana when it becomes available.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner says Indiana's religious objections law may open the door to discriminatory behavior.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's decision to retire has sparked a feud between the No. 2 and No. 3 Senate Democrats.
Apparently no one wants the state's fleet of airplanes.
More soybeans and less corn are expected to be planted in Illinois this growing season.
Lawmakers debate police training when dealing with the mentally ill.