The Indiana Attorney General's office says the recent surge in Midwestern gasoline prices that's made the state the nation's fourth-priciest is drawing an influx of complaints from the public.
The Carle Foundation has filed another lawsuit regarding tax exemptions.
The Champaign City Council has given initial backing to a sales tax hike in order to avoid cuts to police, fire, and library services.
The Illinois General Assembly has overridden Gov. Pat Quinn's veto of legislation that addresses so-called Smart Grid technology.
Vendors say there was a decent crowd as the Downtown Danville Farmer’s Market was starting its fourth season. There were 8 vendors selling a variety of products next to the city library Wednesday morning.
The Schnucks supermarket chain wants an Illinois lawsuit related to a security breach affecting up to 2.4 million credit and debit cards of its customers moved to a federal court.
The Urbana city council is expected to take its first vote next week on a resolution opposing Carle Foundation Hospital’s tax-exempt status.
It happens to all of us. You get an email from a friend with a suspicious looking link. You know you shouldn’t open it, but the subject is just too enticing.
A plan that will leave state employees and teachers with reduced retirement benefits made it out of the Illinois House on Thursday.
A monthly indicator of Illinois’ economic progress has shown its highest reading since August 2007.