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Schock has surrendered more than 10,000 financial records.
New regulations requiring the city to transfer all its money from 18 different banks to traditional bank accounts is drawing the ire of the City Council.
Groups representing developmentally disabled want their money.
State Representative Tim Butler (R-Springfield) says the Committee of the Whole meetings like Tuesday's are becoming, in his words, "useless" and only stand to get worse.
That's more than any school year in at least a decade.
World War II, Vietnam and Korean War veterans from central and southern Illinois received the trip of a lifetime.
When U.S. District Judge Harry D. Leinenweber on Aug. 6 denied the university's motion to dismiss Steven Salaita's lawsuit, he also dismissed the evidence claim.
Rep. Currie: This is not from general revenue fund
Most working poor shut out, providers say
Illinois State Fair officials report fewer than 412,000 people attended this year's fair.
It would require the VA to set up a system that will allow veterans to track claims and other issues they have with the office.
GasBuddy.com says gas prices could end up dropping 50 cents a gallon.
The Robert R. McCormick Foundation is helping front the money for three years' worth of teacher training.
"Harbory" is located in Marion.
Andrew Ross, 32, made the plea to five counts of wire fraud.
Just over half corn, soybeans rated good-to-excellent
Deferred maintenance rules the day at DNR
Two reported drone near-misses in Springfield, one in Taylorville.
Call scheduled for Thursday's with Moody's.
Lawn signs state "I Love 186"