NASCAR driver and Riverton native Justin Allgaier’s crew chief is recovering after being hit by another car in the pit area during a race last weekend.
He’s only been out of the White House for a little over a month, but possible future accolades from the State of Illinois continue to pour in for former
The election of Donald Trump as President has resulted in soaring numbers for the American Civil Liberties Union.
As manufacturing grows in neighboring states, the Illinois Manufacturer’s Association is sounding the alarm about the continuing decline in jobs here.
As legislators work to find an agreement on school funding reform in Illinois, the State Board of Education is reporting good news for high school students on key tests
Authorities in Logan County are investigating the death of a farmer while feeding his livestock this week.
Another major retail chain has announced the closure of stores nationwide with a potential impact here in Springfield.
Weeks after a committee formed by Governor Bruce Rauner to study school funding reform in Illinois released its findings, but failed to produce a bill for consideration, House Speaker
No charges will be filed against a Springfield police officer who fatally shot a man in an incident near the Memorial Medical Center last month.
Governor Bruce Rauner’s office has responded to the authorization of a possible strike by AFSCME’s members.