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Late Decatur Mayor Mike McElroy was remembered at his funeral as funny, caring, and as a man who deeply loved the city he's called home most of his life.
Caterpillar has released weaker-than-expected results for the second quarter.
A lawmaker representing Illinois’ capital city is growing weary of the seemingly never-ending budget wrangling.
A newly signed bill on hate crimes has gay rights advocates optimistic that their cause will continue to advance under Gov. Bruce Rauner.
The strategy of weekly “committees of the whole” in the Illinois House is working, says the Speaker.
Illinois Symphony Orchestra music director Alastair Willis has asked to be released from his contract a year early.
The Cannabis Patient Advocacy Coalition says it will seek to remove barriers to care and make sure policymakers hear patients' personal stories.
Decatur officials are planning to lead a funeral procession in honor of recently deceased Mayor Mike McElroy.
The number of shootings year-to-date in Springfield is much higher than years past.
A private initiative backed by the Springfield Public Schools has grown significantly in just a few short years.
About 500 Illinois State Police troopers missed their payday Wednesday.
Even when calling for compromise in the state budget battle, legislative leaders sound as entrenched as ever.
Congressman Rodney Davis is honoring late Decatur Mayor Mike McElroy.
A Springfield teenager faces various charges after a shots fired call early Wednesday morning.
Peoria Police are investigating what they say is their third homicide in a week.
A section of highway near Peoria could soon be named after baseball legend and Peoria native Jim Thome.
The roughly $4 million line item is threatened as lawmakers and the governor can't come to a budget agreement
They agree: he gives us plenty to talk about
The Springfield City Council has voted to move forward with the development of Hunter Lake if a secondary water source were needed for the city.
Len Goodman blasted the ruling by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, claiming it ignored problems in the original trial.