A tip to a school resource officer led to the discovery of a firearm on campus at Southeast High School.
An Urbana resident who was arrested for burning an American flag and posting photos of the incident on Facebook last year has reached a settlement with the Urbana Police
Toys R’ Us in Springfield will remain open, but there questions about the future of the nation’s largest toy retailer after a bankruptcy filing on Tuesday.
Governor Bruce Rauner has returned from an eight-day trade mission to Japan and China to protestors outside of the Governor’s Mansion in Springfield.
New technology in the upcoming iPhone X has legal experts raising questions about the new phone and strict personal data laws in Illinois.
The latest report from a government watchdog group shows that your share of the state’s debt is continuing to grow, despite the passage of a budget deal this summer.
Democratic state representative Scott Drury has announced that he will enter the race to replace Attorney General Lisa Madigan in next year’s election.
He’s back from a trade mission to Asia… and now facing some of the same old problems back at home.
Governor Bruce Rauner has renewed a controversial tax credit program… with some tweaks.
If Chicago can’t get the new Amazon headquarters, Governor Bruce Rauner has a second choice.