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Corn, soybeans mostly good-to-excellent
Storms sweeping across northern Illinois prompted a tornado warning.
The Illinois Senate is scheduled to discuss college affordability Tuesday.
The Springfield Public School District may be looking at energy as the next way it can save money.
Republicans did an about-face on a bill requiring quicker disclosure of independent expenditures in political campaigns.
Springfield police say a woman was found dead inside her home Sunday night, and an arrest has been made.
The city of Springfield has a new economic development director.
Former Governor Jim Edgar is throwing his support behind State Senator Darin LaHood.
U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Duckworth wants the U.S. to consider the "true" cost before getting into any new wars.
It appears their unions and Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's negotiating team aren't close to agreeing on new ones.
Helen Halford, 79, is victim.
Michael McGlynn replaces Bob Sprague
The vote comes in reaction to the university rescinding Steven Salaita's job offer following his posts on Twitter concerning Israel and the West Bank.
Sandoval school board includes student member who also spoke to members of the general assembly.
Grocery chain was accused of filling prescriptions written by unauthorized practitioners.
Brig. General Richard Hayes says he's not concerned about budget issues in Illinois.
Governor Rauner believes a deal will be worked out before the deadline and says it's premature to speculate on a shutdown.
What a time to be thinking about electricity bills getting too high.
Governor Bruce Rauner's office is preparing for either no budget to be in effect by July first, or for a budget to be in effect with a $4 billion dollar hole in it.
Two new positions and plenty of upgrades are the focus.