Springfield’s Black Lives Matter chapter is praising the actions of city police and county prosecutors in disciplining an officer accused of battering a 19-year-old man.
This is one piece of legislation that could spark a lot of debates across Illinois.
A Democratic candidate for governor is questioning how much more can realistically be cut from the state budget.
A major Illinois corporation that used to be the best-known name in retailing now admits that there is “substantial doubt” about whether the company will survive.
Billions of sensitive state records… including some with your personal data… could be at risk because of the state’s outdated and inefficient computer systems.
Comptroller Susana Mendoza is firing back at Governor Bruce Rauner’s criticism of how she’s handling the state’s finances.
The coroner’s office has identified Springfield’s second homicide victim in four days. 17-year-old Emanuel King died Monday at the St. John’s emergency room, a short time after he was
It’s a controversial test that had loads of problems last year, but Springfield school officials say the PARCC exam is running much more smoothly this time around.
It’s your chance to see some of the most holy objects in the Catholic faith. As part of a discussion Thursday night on “sacred relics,” around 150 items with
A road closure has been moved up as repair work continues ahead of schedule on Interstate 55.