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Officials in two Illinois agencies say they'll process payments to Medicaid providers despite the state budget impasse.
Dick Durbin says Illinois' congressional delegation won't "ride to the rescue" to break the state's budget impasse.
Suspect shot himself when confronted by officers.
Chad Cutler was sentenced Friday in Macon County court.
Indictment says victim was driver of the getaway car during the robbery.
Police originally treated the accident as a fatality though the motorcycle rider suffered serious injuries.
Program offered in ten Illinois counties could help as many as 4000 would-be homeowners.
Silver Search Program will work like Amber Alerts.
Governor Rauner signed bill in to law that would punish pet owners for failing to safeguard pets during extreme weather.
The Brandt Family of will be the first honored this year.
Illegally withheld e-mails the latest in a recent string of troubles at the U of I.
Driver was uninjured; claims hit-and-run caused crash. Police still investigating.
The demolition of a long-vacant north end eyesore has been put on hold for a little longer.
Illinois Democrats may like Vice President Joe Biden, and may even like the idea of him jumping into the presidential race. Endorsing him is another matter.
Springfield Police say they know who shot a man on east Cook street earlier this week -- they're looking for help finding him.
The Illinois man who made national headlines for charging only five dollars for a doctor’s appointment has died.
Illinois is among the states working on how to implement tax-free accounts for people with disabilities.
Springfield's budget director says finances are much improved over the last several years, but the rumors of clear financial stability are greatly exaggerated.
The threat of a credit downgrade isn't going to move Gov. Bruce Rauner to raise income taxes.
The U.S. Attorney's office says a federal grand jury has filed a five-count indictment against Kelton Snyder, 23.