The candidates running in Illinois’ 52nd State Senate race list many of the same basic responsibilities of state government ---- public safety, maintaining infrastructure, education and aid to the poor and destitute. However, there are nuanced differences between Sen. Mike Frerichs (D-Champaign) and John Bambenek (R-Champaign).
The University of Illinois has adopted new policies after the sexual abuse scandal at Penn State University.
The issue of negative campaign ads quickly made its way into the second debate between two of the candidates for Illinois’ 13th Congressional District.
Champaign County Clerk Gordy Hulten is defending his office’s decision to require some people to cast a ballot by mail when they register to vote during Illinois’ grace period.
A young Illinois man on parole was recently imprisoned for failing to attend school, even though his attorneys said he was attending school. That is according to a class action lawsuit filed on Wednesday.
Illinois has seen a decrease in the rate of new infections of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. But other sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise.
All three Indiana deaths from fungal meningitis caused by injections of a recalled back pain medication have been linked to Elkhart County, as have more than two-thirds of the state's 41 total cases, the county's health officer confirmed Wednesday.
A new study shows taxes are taking a smaller chunk out of Illinois residents' incomes.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on Wednesday honored world-renowned physicist Nick Holonyak, Jr, who is the inventor of the first practical light-emitting diode, or LED.
When it comes to education, the candidates in Illinois’ 52nd Senate District have different ideas about how to fund schools, but find common ground over how to evaluate them.