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Schock owes about $750,000 to the multi-national law firm Jones Day.
Last month the president sent an email letting employees know that layoffs were possible in July.
For the first time since the 1980s, happy hours are now legal in Illinois.
Speaker appeals to governor: ignore campaign advisors and sign budget bill
The man was found at a Dollar Tree store.
If next year brings another budget impasse, the same issues with the state's payroll systems may remain.
A vote on moving forward with Hunter Lake is next week.
The Illinois Senate has approved over the complaints of Republicans a one-month, temporary budget to keep state government operating.
A U.S. judge overseeing Hastert's case congratulated Carrie Hamilton during a Tuesday status hearing.
Democratic leaders have blasted the measure. Labor unions called it a waste of time.
Jacob Stark, 27, has pleaded guilty to five child porn counts.
Still no state budget
Bobcats are no longer endangered, and a newly signed bill aims to curtail what some downstate lawmakers say is a…
And don't tax services!
It wasn't that long ago that no vote was expected any time soon on a longstanding city proposal to eliminate a pension perk. Now, Springfield aldermen will vote on it next week.
Temporary budget likely to go to the governor; veto override of full-year budget is unlikely
Local home sales may look down compared to the same period a year ago, but some say those numbers were just too good.
The American Red Cross says it's making it easier for people to donate blood, by giving you the chance to do some of the prep work ahead of time.
Pending board approval, Annette Fulgenzi will represent District 17.
Attorney Thomas Green tells a federal judge in Chicago the allegations of past sexual misconduct are "an 800 pound gorilla."