Sangamon County has reported its first COVID-19 death in more than a month. A woman in her 80s who was fully vaccinated and had gotten a booster died earlier this week of complications from the virus.
Sangamon County State’s Attorney Dan Wright is no stranger to going after someone in court… but never quite like this. Wright is one of three plaintiffs in a civil case against a man who has sought
The director of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services has been held in contempt of court eleven times this year for failing to place children in appropriate settings… but a new investigation says the problem
One of the Republican candidates for Illinois Secretary of State says he can save taxpayers “millions of dollars” by improving efficiency and cutting fraud and waste in the office. Former Sangamon County State’s Attorney and U.S.
The Sangamon Mass Transit District has approved its first-ever plan to transition its fleet to “zero emissions” in the decades to come. A zero emissions plan is required for many federal grant applications, and the plan
Springfield police are wrapping up their investigation of an incident this week where an eight-year-old student brought a gun into Lee Elementary School… and say they will forward the information they obtain to the Sangamon County State’s
Ameren customers could see monthly electric bills go up by an average of $50 to $60 per month because of the higher costs that power companies are seeing to generate and supply electricity. That estimate comes
There will be a lot more than just live music on hand when the Levitt AMP concert series resumes in downtown Springfield next week. Various community organizations who are supporting the free weekly concerts on the
A group of Illinois lawmakers is condemning a major state corporation for its decision to withdraw support from a group that provides books with a positive perspective on gay and transgender people to schools and libraries around