It’s been six years since Champaign-Urbana hosted one of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's collection events for household hazardous waste. And organizers are expecting a big turnout for the event which takes place on Saturday, September 29th, on the north end of Champaign.
The U.S. Postal Service is on the brink of default on a second multibillion-dollar payment it can't afford to pay.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has announced that nearly $1.4 million from a recent settlement will go toward legal help for renters.
New artifacts are on display at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum that mark the 16th president's ties to agriculture and higher education.
Those behind a three-year federal grant funded research project in nuclear energy at the University of Illinois say it has the potential to on far beyond that.
Illinois' largest public-employee union is midway through its third month without a new state contract.
The Housing Authority of Champaign County publicly confirmed Thursday that they want to reserve up to 287 housing vouchers for planned redevelopment projects.
There are printed reports this week about the future of Jimmy John’s sandwich chain in Illinois.
The union representing more than 800 teachers in the Champaign School District plans to take a vote to authorize a strike. The union is in the middle of contract negotiations with the school district.
Former Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar says he’s sympathetic to current Governor Pat Quinn when it comes to state finances.