Illinois is considering proposals from five companies to build a health insurance exchange that would meet requirements of President Barack Obama's health law. An official from one of those companies says whoever wins Tuesday's presidential election many states will continue their plans for these marketplaces.
With most voters focused on the economy or health care when they vote Tuesday, some in Illinois will get a chance to send a message about gun control.
The initial paperwork has started to eliminate some doctoral programs at the University of Illinois’ Urbana campus.
An early Sunday morning fight involving a gunshot in Champaign’s Campustown neighborhood prompted the evacuations of two apartment buildings and the arrests of two men.
There is a strong possibility a former state legislator who is fighting a federal indictment could return to the Illinois General Assembly.
The head of Hoopeston Regional Health Center says by becoming part of the Carle Health System will mean more specialty services to the hospital and its clinics.
Two Champaign-area legislators have gotten involved in the call to end restrictions on those who try to vote during Illinois’ Grace Period registration.
Indiana’s U.S. Senate race is one of the tightest in the country – most polls throughout the campaign have the difference between Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Richard Mourdock within the margin of error -- a statistical tie.
Illinois’ senior senator is weighing in on a tight race in neighboring Indiana.
Millions of dollars have been spent on campaign ads in the race in Illinois’ new 13th congressional district.