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State numbers show the number of international visitors to Illinois last year grew by 3 percent, to 2.2 million.
The focus turned to public participation on Saturday as local officials once again gathered to discuss remedies for a chemical landfill in DeWitt County, which they think threatens the natural resource on which it sits.
Some Illinois lawmakers are taking matters into their own hands after the legislature moved for the first time in years not to take furlough days to save taxpayer dollars.
The measure signed into law by Gov. Pat Quinn on Saturday entitles dyslexic students to special education services.
A long-desired proposal to separate trains from car and truck traffic at a railroad crossing in Aurora soon will become a reality.
Two people were killed and at least 16 others were wounded in shootings across the city since Friday evening, police said.
Dressed in a somber suit, Bogdan Mazur stood before the Illinois Prisoner Review Board this week and begged the panel not to tear his family apart.
After the Illinois Legislature moved to not take furlough days for the first time in years, some state lawmakers decided to take matters into their own hands to save taxpayer dollars.
A U.S. Marine veteran who served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan has been named acting director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs.
Weber-Stephen Products LLC today breaks ground on its new global distribution center in Huntley, which is expected to add about 120 jobs and consolidate distribution operations from four other states.
Retail sales of marijuana for recreational use began in Washington state this week, not long after an Illinois Supreme Court decision led many to view our state's already troubled financial future in an even gloomier light.
A 12-year-old downstate Illinois girl is celebrating her victory in keeping her cupcake business afloat.
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Uber's goal to expand its Midwest branch by 500 employees within the next two years depends upon the approval of Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn.
Last week, the College of DuPage's president asked the Board of Trustees to endorse a plan to spend $50 million on a building in order to get $20 million in state funds he was confident Governor Pat Quinn would provide to the school.
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