The Illinois State Fairgrounds are open for business again, hours after flooding rains forced an early shutdown on the Fair’s opening night.
Springfield’s downtown TIF district has new life.
Governor Bruce Rauner has vetoed a bill that would have automatically registered you to vote when you obtain or renew your Illinois driver’s license.
Cameras are coming to Sangamon County courtrooms.
Near-record rainfall has caused extensive flooding at the Illinois State Fair and across the greater Springfield area.
The 2016 Illinois State Fair is off and running.
While calling it one of the best state fairs in America, Governor Bruce Rauner is concerned about the condition of many of the facilities on the fairgrounds.
He’s losing another key supporter in the legislature, but Governor Bruce Rauner insists he’s not losing ground in his efforts to push through business-friendly reforms.
State officials are still baffled by a new outbreak of Legionnaire’s Disease at the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy.
It’s a standard part of many of the contracts you sign… but Attorney General Lisa Madigan wants to make it go away.