State employees scored a double victory Friday, as judges ruled Illinois' pension law unconstitutional and ruled state retirees will receive refunds from a similarly unconstitutional healthcare law.
The Rantoul Police Department is in the process of equipping all 23 of its uniformed officers with body-cameras.
An Illinois judge has ruled that a law intended to fix the nation's worst state employee pension crisis violates the state Constitution.
House Republicans on Friday followed through on a threat to sue President Obama over actions he has taken concerning the Affordable Care Act.
After six years of often bitter back-and-forth with congressional Republicans, President Obama will go it alone by temporarily shielding up to 5 million immigrants from being deported.
A Sangamon County judge says he'll issue a ruling Friday over the constitutionality of Illinois' pension overhaul.
Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner is calling on outgoing Gov. Pat Quinn to freeze all hiring in the final weeks of his term.
The University of Illinois will have a new president come July after an eight month search and years of short-term leadership. The search committee picked State University of New York's Timothy Killeen for his success in research, and his experience dealing with tough fiscal situations.
President Obama is expected to unveil executive actions on immigration on Thursday and will address the issue in a speech at a Las Vegas high school on Friday, a source familiar with the process tells NPR.
President Obama has ordered a full review of the process the United States uses to try to recover Americans taken hostage overseas.