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Things got a little testy between the two Democratic candidates in next month's special primary election to choose who may replace Aaron Schock as 18th District Congressman.
"I'd have to check," says Langfelder.
"Dead" isn’t the right way to describe the so-called Illinois Clean Jobs Bill, according to one of its sponsors.
Sangamon County residents are continuing to put the area's economic importance in downtown Springfield.
$204 million in tax credits have been doled out in the last six years for television shows, movies, and commercials filmed in Illinois.
Jesse Jackson Junior will serve three years of supervised release and complete 500 hours of community service.
Demand expected to grow soon
Illinois pays out a lot and gets back not a lot
Ag Invest among the programs the treasurer is headlining
Governor takes aim at bill which, he says, would weaken his power
Approximately 40 rescued near Centreville.
Illinois Executive Mansion Association says it plans to release construction specifications to contractors interested in repairing the roof.
Recent rash of bitings has led Ameren to warn it's workers Fido may not always be friendly.
Durbin wants the bill to contain aid to U.S. workers.
Monument dedicated to labor activist after being refurbished.
Judge postponed sentencing until Tuesday to consider numeral character witness testimonies.
Durbin hopes in the wake of the shooting of nine people in a church in South Carolina, Congress starts taking gun control seriously.
Seven children were among nine people taken from a Springfield home.
Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County is hitting a major milestone that's 26 years in the making.
The Springfield City Council may have found a solution to Ward 4 Alderman John Fulgenzi's inability to participate in council discussions related to liquor licenses.