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Kirk Dillard, of Hinsdale in DuPage Count, is closing in on Bruce Rauner who leads in the polls as the March 18 election nears.
Lawmakers that oversee Illinois Department of Children and Family Services say the agency faces "horrendous" challenges in the year ahead as officials deal with yet another search for a new child-welfare chief after Arthur Bishop resigns.
I heard Illinois passed a new law allowing gun owners like me to carry in public.
A scathing audit of an anti-violence program launched by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2010 has been sent to law enforcement authorities.
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A Romeoville-area road project is among Will and Kendall county road improvements that will receive funding through Gov. Pat Quinn's $31 million "Illinois Jobs Now!" capital construction project.
Earlier this week, Crain's Magazine endorsed Bruce Rauner for the Republican primaries and the Chicago Tribune has followed suit.
As Americans age, and living well into the 90s or even past 100 is increasingly common, the nation is facing a crisis in caring for the elderly.
Because I'm a glutton for platitudes, I spent Thursday morning listening again to the three most recent broadcast debates in the Republican gubernatorial primary.
Middle Fork River advocates are urging Gov. Pat Quinn and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to "do the right thing" and direct Dynegy to relocate three coal ash ponds at the old Vermilion Power Station north of Oakwood.
After the denial of federal disaster assistance, Gov. Pat Quinn is offering $45 million from state coffers to help Illinois communities recover from November's deadly tornadoes.
Local officials on Thursday checked off another major step toward securing a deal to build a $1.4 billion fertilizer plant near Tuscola.
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A southern Illinois retiree whose legal fight helped bring about an end to the state's last-in-the-nation ban on concealed carry has become among the state's first to get her permit to have a handgun in public.
When superrich Republican Bruce Rauner decided to run for governor of Illinois, it was clear this wouldn't be the kind of race the state was accustomed to.
The response Whoaa a third of likely Democratic voters disagreed with a fairly mildly written re-elect question, and another 16% aren't so sure.