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The bill has already passed in the House Human Services Committee
Governor's office says he would rather make cuts than to increase taxes or borrow.
Disease could be caught early and cured with newborn screenings and stem cell therapy.
TVDL owners must have auto insurance.
Paint on the brick ceiling of a pump room is trapping moisture, causing the brick to crumble.
State's number continues to stay around 107.
The Springfield Public Works Department says new signs are up in certain parts of the city that may be prone to flooding.
You might say there wasn't a "biggest loser" at Sherman Elementary School.
Rauner says changes to worker's compensation, local government consolidation, and "right-to-work" zones must be addressed first
There will be a bottleneck of sorts if you're trying to get through downtown Springfield Saturday morning, but that's for a good reason.
The Illinois average is now $2.60, up 15 cents from a month ago, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge report.
The manhunt continues into its third day for a man who broke out of a jail in Kankakee while awaiting sentencing on murder charges.
They say laughter is the best medicine -- and that could especially be true for those battling cancer.
Illinois' state climatologist says March was both colder than normal and unusually snowy.
Houston does think CWLP is turning the corner.
"A Fiendish Assassination" is the name of a new exhibit at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum in Springfield, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the Great Emancipator's death.
The state still has trouble paying its bills.
How would Springfield handle a 50% cut in state funding if Governor Bruce Rauner gets his way?
CWLP Chief Utilities Engineer Eric Hobbie is leaving next month to take a job at an electric cooperative.
Judge Nardulli says he'll rule before an April 15 deadline.