Not even the hottest weather of the year can stop the Highland Games completely.
Ongoing work on the Springfield rail relocation and consolidation project will cause headaches for some North End drivers, starting Monday.
The heat is on… and it’s not going anywhere for a while.
A new poll finds that Illinoisans have a better opinion of state workers and public sector unions than they do of Governor Bruce Rauner.
Hackers have tapped into the main state elections database… and while they were not able to change any records, they may have been able to view them.
Unemployment went down in Illinois last month, but state officials say that’s only because more people have given up looking for work.
With an excessive heat warning in effect today through at least Saturday, the City of Springfield is opening up several cooling centers to help residents get some relief.
It’s been resisting the idea for months, but now the City of Springfield may be ready to issue an ultimatum to the state over unpaid utility bills.
A Donald Trump delegate from Illinois has been expelled from the delegation and had her credentials revoked over a racist social media post.
The worst heat wave of the year, so far, is about to hit.