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Something that's been in the master plan for Iles Park could finally become reality.
Getting a religious exemption from immunizations will require a doctor’s signature.
Illinois didn't shut down, and still hasn't, even though lawmakers and the governor never got together on a budget.
Can you really be health conscious at a place that prides itself on frying whatever food it can get its hands on?
Mike Buscher says, he's solidly in the "optimistic" column after homes sales for July reached their highest total for that month in a decade.
Burglars have targeted several apartments recently damaged by fire -- police want your help finding them.
There were earlier signs of an agreement, but there's fighting again.
Two U.S. Navy officers are serving as grand marshals for tonight's Illinois State Fair Twilight Parade.
Today's the day that traffic on the north end of Springfield is altered for the next few days to accommodate the Illinois State Fair.
Kirk campaign alleges smear
Schnuck's would not be building on the east side near JC Penney's for at least a year or more
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has stepped in regarding the alleged improper disposal of asbestos during demolition at the former Pillsbury Mills site.
President Timothy Killeen says he intends to offer her a faculty position in which she would report directly to him.
More evidence the cost of living in Springfield and parts of central Illinois isn't that bad.
Aldermen will consider making every city commission member get city-owed debts worked out.
The USDA says farmers in the eligible counties have eight months to apply for loans.
Illinois House Democrats have relented and sent Gov. Bruce Rauner a federal spending plan that doesn't include state dollars.
Springfield Police say two people are in custody following two unrelated shooting incidents.
Some Springfield stations jumped 50 cents in the last two days.