Do you use YouTube or social media to make travel plans? The City of Springfield hopes lots of people do.
Four of the nine 2015 Illinois State Fair Grandstand concerts lost money, but State Fair manager Patrick Buchen says the he’s pleased with the final numbers.
A brand new Springfield radio station is on the air today.
Union groups who gathered for Labor Day observances in Springfield Monday say the contract battle between Governor Bruce Rauner and AFSCME will be a pivotal moment in labor relations
She was once a heartbeat away from the governor’s mansion… but now Sheila Simon is setting her political sights a bit lower.
Child care advocates say they will keep fighting to roll back Governor Bruce Rauner’s changes in eligibility for child care subsidies.
A crackdown that’s been underway for days will kick into an even higher gear as the long holiday weekend finally arrives.
City Water, Light, and Power has received some good news from Moody’s regarding the utility’s bond rating.
The only House Democrat to cast a “no” vote in an attempt to override Governor Bruce Rauner’s veto on Senate Bill 1229 says he did so after deciding the
It’s a big win for Governor Bruce Rauner, and a big loss for the largest state employees union.