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The Springfield bureau of Lee Enterprises newspapers reports S. Gene Schwarm will replace retiring Appellate Judge James M. Wexstten.
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The Illinois Department of Employment Security says unemployment dropped in January in 11 of Illinois' 12 metro areas, but most areas lost jobs.
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Madigan says the defendants received unemployment benefits while collecting a paycheck.
Office Max plans to begin moving 1,600 jobs out of Illinois next month, with some positions permanently eliminated - a move that comes months after Illinois lawmakers declined to give the company the millions in tax breaks it requested from the state.
For weeks the Chicago Democrat has largely kept out of the public eye as four Republicans square off for the chance to unseat him in the fall.
Illinois lawmakers say congressional negotiators are moving toward an agreement on legislation authorizing improvements to shipping channels, flood protections and other waterways projects around the country.
In that epic tome, farmers from across Oklahoma load up all of their earthly goods on Model T's and flee the Dust Bowl for California in the midst of the Great Depression.
By Jackson Adams Illinois News Network As the cost of attending an Illinois state university continues to climb, Illinois lawmakers are pushing various pieces of legislation to try and address affordability.
A man who had worked for a northern Illinois community for 36 years has been fired after he allegedly made off with a ton of road salt and two snow plow skids valued at a total of $160.
Victims of sex trafficking are getting new support from Illinois politicians. They want Congress to increase federal penalties and shutdown websites used for online sex trafficking.
As St. Louis celebrates its 250th birthday, some Illinois historic sites are being recognized for their significance to the city.
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Jim Oberweis is taking heat for spending the final week before Tuesday's primary in Florida.
You've got to give the groundhog credit. He's getting every last drop out of his forecast of six more weeks of winter.
A late winter storm dumped more than 5 inches of snow in the Chicago area, causing scattered power outages and creating headaches for commuters.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says the federal program adding Greek yogurt to school lunches is expanding from New York, Tennessee, Idaho and Arizona to eight more states.
The Peoria Journal Star reports County Coroner Johnna Ingersoll says the woman was found inside the home.