An Urbana man will not be prosecuted for burning an American flag and posting a picture of it on Facebook.
A longtime Chicago political icon has died.
An Urbana man could face criminal charges after a Fourth of July Facebook post showing himself burning an American flag.
The Springfield Jaycees have announced via Facebook that Sunday’s Capital City Celebration events have been cancelled due the wet weather.
The Illinois State Museum has officially reopened to the public.
Boil orders have now been lifted for the last Springfield customers who were still affected by a water main valve break earlier this week.
Your celebration of freedom could be a bit waterlogged this holiday weekend.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has tapped an adviser who once worked for a non-profit group representing large energy firms as his new director of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
Illinois lawmakers have voted to require extra time for motorists to renew license plates if state officials don’t notify them.
A mother is furious after learning that her five-year-old daughter and another child were left behind after a Boys and Girls Clubs outing at Washington Park.