The Angels pitcher goes down after line drive, has to have surgery to stop bleeding.
It was a strong showing for labor in Springfield’s annual Labor Day parade… but less so from the spectators downtown Monday.
If you were on I-55 at midday on Labor Day, you probably saw the huge mess from multiple accidents near the Chatham/East Lake Drive exit.
A well-known conservative icon who operated out of Illinois for years has died.
An administrative law judge is recommending that an impasse be declared in part of the state’s bitter contract dispute with AFSCME… which could allow Governor Bruce Rauner to impose
Springfield is giving a solid gold welcome to hometown hero and Olympic gold medalist Ryan Held.
A local labor leader thinks organized labor is in a position of strength heading into the holiday weekend… despite the current state political climate.
A former inmate at the Logan Correction Center has won a nearly half-million-dollar settlement after he claimed that he was punished for reporting that he was raped by his
An Illinois lawmaker wants to tackle the state’s gun problem by focusing on ammunition.
Shot at Chicago Open Air Festival when the band played the song live for the first time.