The moon may temporarily blot out the sun… but clouds can still have their way with both of them. Springfield’s eclipse experience collided head-on with a lot of cloud
Springfield’s school superintendent isn’t taking a hard-and-fast stand on whether lawmakers should override Governor Bruce Rauner’s changes to a school funding reform bill or adopt a compromise instead.
Now that most area school districts are back in session, police are reminding you to pay extra attention driving around schools.
It’s an even more rare event than a solar eclipse. The Powerball jackpot has jumped to nearly two-thirds of a billion dollars.
A Springfield man is facing hate crime and other charges after an early morning incident in a downtown bar.
Less than three years after she was appointed to the job, state Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez says she will not run for re-election next year.
He still isn’t saying that he will definitely sign it, but Governor Bruce Rauner says a bill on his desk affecting law enforcement and immigration sounds “reasonable.”
State transportation and safety officials are celebrating an anniversary. 20 years ago this summer, Illinois became the fifteenth state to lower the legal blood alcohol limit for DUI down
If you don’t have a total eclipse, you don’t have much of an eclipse at all.
It’s another outbreak of lottery fever… and that’s fueling a bump in Saturday night’s Powerball jackpot.