Illini football is wandering in the desert. For the last three weeks, the big questions concerned injuries, beginning with quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase. Saturday night in Champaign, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs proved — and quickly — that Nathan Scheelhaase is not the savior of Illini football.
A rate hike is set to kick in by Oct. 1 for customers of the Illinois American Water company.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has a lesson plan for his next job as Purdue University's president.
The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether the nation's largest school voucher program violates the state constitution.
The pension system for thousands of Illinois teachers is officially lowering the forecast of how much money it will make on investments.
Good news came early Saturday morning for fans of the Fighting Illini and other conference teams. The Big Ten Network has finalized a new agreement with DISH Network, which returns Big Ten games to the satellite TV service.
A renowned lyric baritone and University of Illinois voice professor will lead an effort to commission and perform new American operas.
On Thursday night, the Champaign County Board approved a consultant to study whether the county may need additional jail space. The Berkley, California-based Institute for Law and Public Policy Planning was chosen on a 15-to 12 party-line vote, with Democrats prevailing.
Utility company Ameren is disappointed with the Illinois Commerce Commission’s decision this week to order a $48 million delivery rate cut.
An old anti-abortion law that's never been enforced was argued before the Illinois Supreme court on Thursday. It would require girls aged 17 and younger to tell their parents 48 hours before ending a pregnancy.