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Madigan's office says the companies violate Illinois law by charging upfront fees to settle debts.
Illinois lawmakers are hearing from gambling officials who say expansion is a good thing.
The new head of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services says he's taking steps to address last year's reports of assaults at residential treatment centers.
The Autism Program is happy for now, but could be back in the same boat soon.
Springfield Police say at least three vehicles were involved in an accident late Monday morning.
Springfield Police continue to remain on the scene of a robbery at a PNC Bank Branch Monday morning.
College could not warn parents because of privacy laws
Convenient for the county, says treasurer
Secretary of state's advisory committee is at work
Son of suicidal ex-Bear helps promote bill
Sunday wrapped up three days full of activities to commemorate the anniversary of Lincoln's Funeral
170 Illinoisans helped with NYC rescue efforts.
Flash index at 107.1 up from 107 one year ago.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is honoring Abraham Lincoln at this weekend’s commemoration in Springfield of the 150th anniversary of the president’s…
Many attendees dressed in period costume during events commemorating 150th anniversary of Lincoln's funeral.
Objections to Pryor's personal failings put the project on hold.
Proponents of funding for seniors programs say they want to be in their own homes.
Streets will open an close as phases of the reenactment begin and end.
The growing popularity of e-cigarettes with teenagers has U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin calling for stricter regulations.
A former Lanphier High School teacher has admitted to having a sexual relationship with a student nearly three years ago.