The number of people registered to vote in President Barack Obama's home state has decreased since his historic election win four years ago. The drop off could mean bad news for the president’s re-election bid.
A judge has rejected Indiana's bid to throw out a union challenge to the state's right-to-work law.
Illinois' unemployment rate dipped to 8.8 percent in September.
Retiring Congressman Tim Johnson's request for 13th Congressional district candidates to halt negative rhetoric is failing to reach the Democratic and Republican candidates.
It has been nearly two years since the retirement of longtime Illinois House member Bill Black, but his re-drawn district, which includes much of Vermilion County, still belongs to a Republican.
A University of Illinois administrator hopes to have a concrete proposal for a Chicago-based research lab for university trustees by January.
The University of Illinois’ Urbana campus will become smoke free by Nov. 2013.
The president of a community college in the Peoria area wants to expand his school’s relationship with the University of Illinois. It is unclear whether that could lead to the U of I setting up a new campus in Peoria.
A national film festival that’s breathing new life into footage found in dumpsters, at garage sales or thrift stores is coming tonight to Champaign.
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s campaign has been virtually silent for months as he receives treatment for bipolar disorder.