The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to take up a case challenging a New York state law requiring online companies to collect state sales taxes, just like brick and mortar stores do. The Illinois Supreme Court recently rejected a similar tax law in the state.
The start of same-sex marriages in Illinois next year could create some challenges for those seeking to end them later.
The University of Illinois’ Athletic Director says football coach Tim Beckman will return for a third season in 2014.
White House officials say the government's health insurance website, which has been plagued with problems ever since it launched in October, is now working smoothly for most users.
Earlier this week, legislative leaders announced a deal to bring a pension overhaul before the full chambers. It is estimated to save $160 billion over the next 30 years.
Zac Hare ran for 254 yards and four touchdowns, the last coming in overtime in helping lift Stillman Valley to a 43-41 win over St.Joseph-Ogden in Friday's Illinois Class 3A championship game.
Rayvonte Rice scored 17 points and Tracy Abrams added 15, including 12 in the second half, as Illinois held off feisty Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne for a 57-55 win on Friday.
Businesses in downtown Champaign are marking Small Business Saturday with a variety of activities, capped off by an annual Christmas parade.
The village president of the Champaign County town of Gifford says his community is moving forward following last week’s tornado.
The head of Eastern Illinois Food Bank says his facility will begin to see the impact of a cut to the SNAP program, or food stamps, by next week.