The two major party candidates for governor are both dealing with controversy.
Southern Illinois University is rescinding a controversial policy that banned “activism” by student athletes or cheerleaders in uniform.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney will make a stop in Illinois on his new tour next year. McCartney will play at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline on June 11th ,
The Justice Department is taking the prosecution of former Congressman Aaron Schock away from the Central District of Illinois. The news comes in a court filing Thursday morning in
A company owned by Democratic governor nominee J.B. Pritzker is sending out letters warning its employees of the dangers of joining a union. WCIA Channel 3 reports the letter
Illinois has recorded the first human death from West Nile virus in 2018.The state Department of Public Health says a LaSalle County resident over 65 years old has died
An Illinois congressional candidate now says he regrets comparing President Trump to Osama bin Laden. The Chicago Tribune reports Democratic candidate Sean Casten said both Trump and Osama used
The former Chicago cop accused of murder in the shooting death of a black teenager could have his bail revoked or increased. Cook County prosecutors filed that motion against
Illinois plans to use its share of a big environmental settlement with Volkswagen to fund projects to remove old polluting diesel engines from the state’s roadways.
The University of Illinois Springfield is coming to downtown Springfield… but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will become an anchor of the proposed park on the North Mansion Y