It’s an indication of what you can expect in the upcoming race for governor – people are digging up dirt on a guy who’s not even officially in the
Baseball history is still history and it will be on display starting Friday at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.
100,000 people in Springfield’s two congressional districts could lose health insurance coverage under the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to U.S. Senator Dick Durbin.
Supporters of the Affordable Care Act are trying to make a last-minute show of strength as they fight to preserve the law.
Illinois’s jobless rate is down and the total number of jobs in the state has finally passed the previous all-time high, reached back in 2000.
The Springfield area’s population has dipped below where it was in the 2010 Census, according to new estimates from the Census Bureau.
A Springfield school board candidate says if teachers want more money in future contracts… they need to show better graduation rates and test scores.
Watch the debate for Springfield’s two contested races for Springfield Ward 6 and the District 186 school board in the April 4 election.
Springfield’s Black Lives Matter chapter is praising the actions of city police and county prosecutors in disciplining an officer accused of battering a 19-year-old man.
This is one piece of legislation that could spark a lot of debates across Illinois.