It’s good news for brick-and-mortar businesses… but you may not be celebrating if you do a lot of online shopping. Illinois is already moving to take advantage of a
Springfield is still losing jobs… even as the city’s unemployment rate continues to drop. The May jobless rate fell to 3.4 percent… two-tenths of a point lower than it
Sangamon County’s voter data and vote tabulation systems are secure, according to county clerk Don Gray.
The policy that separated parents from children at the border is on hold after President Trump’s new executive order… but the fallout from that policy is still being felt
Both of Illinois’s Democratic U.S. Senators are skeptical of President Trump’s latest moves on the treatment of families coming across the border with Mexico. Dick Durbin says the executive
The Illinois State Museum is getting a state grant to help with the digital archiving of documents related to the museum’s origins.
Illinois lawmakers are pledging a package of bills to address a sex abuse scandal in Chicago Public Schools… and make sure that students elsewhere in the state are not
A local legislative candidate is taking heat for allegedly embellishing his experience as a volunteer firefighter. Democrat Dillon Clark is challenging GOP Representative Avery Bourne.
Governor Bruce Rauner has ordered the Illinois Human Rights Commission to develop a plan to eliminate a backlog of 1,000 discrimination and equal opportunity complaints.
Memorial Medical Center is celebrating the first kidney transplant chain in the 46-year history of the hospital’s transplant program.