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The Village of Sherman is trying to clean up its ordinance regarding peddlers and solicitors, and solve a problem it has with the current ordinance.
Mayor Jim Langfelder says he will push an ordinance within the next month moving forward with the building up of Hunter Lake.
Roman Catholic bishops in Illinois have told state lawmakers they shouldn't turn to gambling as a revenue fix for the state's troubled budget.
Illinois sent about 200 approval letters in May to patients who qualify for the new medical marijuana program.
Four Champaign County police chiefs and the county sheriff are starting a new task force aimed at curbing violent crime in the area.
The University of Illinois' new president says one of his first actions will be to transfer $8.2 million of his discretionary money from administration to financial aid and other student programs.
Refinery problems are to blame for recent spike
Rauner prepares to close facilities if there's no balanced budget by July 1.
Chicago police: bus ran red light
Mine was recognized for safety record
The Springfield City Council has approved of purchasing land that will be used as part of the Stanford Avenue Extension project.
Rauner says it must prepare for the possibility there won't be a deal on spending by July 1.
"The EPA is buying further into the oil industry arguments that it has hit the blend wall."
Aleigha Woods is seeking class-action status to cover about 100 other dancers at Club Cabaret in Creve Coeur.
Mayor Jim Langfelder says the public will have input into what should be asked of the eight people looking to become Springfield Police Chief.
Police are investigating -- no description of the suspect is available.
State Senator Sam McCann says he left his crystal ball at home.
The arraignment of Dennis Hastert has been pushed from Thursday to June 9
The Illinois Department of Agriculture is warning county fair operators to take extra precautions this summer to stop the spread of poultry and livestock diseases.
Illinois agriculture officials are hosting buyers from seven foreign countries this week in an effort to increase export sales for the state's pork industry.