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New U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood says a full vote comes Thursday on the next speaker of the House, and LaHood says Paul Ryan is the best man for the job.
Roger Creason, 42, died early Monday.
Many Illinois consumers are seeing higher prices for health insurance entering the third year of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Mautino was named auditor general last week.
Supporting same-sex marriage too late is the latest attack lobbed at Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth by her primary opponent.
Fire training and SIDS-related services are among those drying up without state grants, according to what the latest Committee of the Whole in the Illinois House took in.
Lanphier High School, Jungle Jim's Cafe among the stops for a funeral procession.
Springfield Police say a pick up rear ended the bus near the intersection of Jefferson and Emporia.
Springfield's famous Charlie Parker's Diner has won a national breakfast contest.
The suspect's described as white with a thin beard and a medium build.
Illinois' savings could be $425 million over five years if it maximized its use of computers.
The pass rate on the GED is 88 percent among Illinois prison inmates.
Illinois Federation of Teachers president Dan Montgomery says he’s not calling for charter schools to be abolished in Illinois, but instead wants them to return to their original purpose.