A congressman from northeastern Indiana is sponsoring a bill that would allow people who legally carry a concealed weapon in their home state to do the same in other states that allow concealed weapons.
Former Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. has pleaded guilty to misusing campaign money, according to several Chicago news reports.
A Brazilian-based agribusiness company says its plant in the Iroquois town of Gilman will be home this coming fall to the first generator powered exclusively by gravity.
Stalled renovations on a historic University of Illinois building are back on track.
When Republican Mike Pence replaced Mitch Daniels as governor of Indiana this month, he wasted no time setting out to establish his conservative fiscal bona fides.
Illinois is the fourth state to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver's license with a new law signed by the governor.
While jobless rates were falling in most of Illinois' metropolitan areas in December, they were driven higher for a second straight month in Decatur by temporary layoffs at manufacturers like Caterpillar.
As lawmakers debate ways to prevent another mass shooting, Illinois mental health advocates say more attention - and money - must be directed to a system they describe as overwhelmed.
Ameren Illinois has filed a request with the Illinois Commerce Commission to raise its delivery rates on natural gas. The company says it seeks an additional $50 million in cost recovery for delivering natural gas to customers.
Building and food service workers at the University of Illinois Urbana campus have voted to authorize a possible strike.