It could cost you five dollars to get into the Illinois State Museum, if and when it reopens.
Lawmakers are split in their reaction to Comptroller Leslie Munger’s move to require them to wait weeks, or even months, for their paychecks.
The sponsor of a graduated income tax in Illinois says anyone who opposes his idea is standing up for the rich… at the expense of the poor and middle
Your backlash against a controversial tax proposal has killed the idea, for now.
The longest-serving Secretary of State in Illinois history may not be ready to retire yet after all.
Illinois lawmakers and constitutional officers will feel the same pain as social service agencies, colleges and universities as the state budget crisis continues.
Business groups are already lining up against a proposal to change Illinois’s flat income tax to a graduated tax.
Some help is coming for at least some of the victims of the December and January flooding in Central Illinois.
A state employee is suing Governor Bruce Rauner, saying the state budget impasse has effectively left her and many other state workers without health insurance.
Additional work to bring high-speed rail service to our area will close a Chatham rail crossing later this month.