Some 10,000 immigrants in Illinois are among more than 200,000 nationwide whose insurance bought through President Barack Obama's health care initiative could end this month if they don't prove this week they're legally in the country.
During the recent Labor Day weekend, there were no doubt a lot of students who traveled to Chicago and back using one of the many bus and shuttle services.
After years of criticism for being too lax on campus sexual assault, some colleges and universities are coming under fire from students who say the current crackdown on perpetrators has gone too far.
Some police officers across Illinois could soon be wearing body cameras to record their interactions with the public, an idea already being utilized in DeWitt County.
Illinois junior U.S. Senator Mark Kirk belives the only way to stop ISIS from executing American journalists is for reporters to get out of Iraq.
The Flash Index for the Illinois economy measured 106.0 in August, down slightly from July’s reading of 106.2.
Illinois officials say they expect to get the first indications next week of how many patients are applying for special ID cards allowing them to use medical marijuana.
Updated: U.S. officials say the video showing the beheading of a second U.S. journalist by militants of the Islamic State is authentic.
It’s expected to be some time before the courts decide whether Illinois can trim retirement benefits for public school teachers, university workers, and state employees. But the uncertainty continues to affect the credit outlook of schools and community colleges across the state.