Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner speaks to cabinet members during a meeting at the state Capitol, Feb. 25  in Springfield,

(AP Photo/Seth Perlman)

News Local/State - July 09, 2015

House Passes 30-Day Budget, Returns To Senate

House Democrats Thursday approved a 30-day budget, sending it back to the Senate.  But Governor Bruce Rauner has been on record saying he won't sign a temporary budget, calling this one "unbalanced."

The door on a grain bin remains open following an accident in Story County, Iowa on July 11, 2005, which killed a 72-year-old Nevada, Iowa man after he and two others were loading a semitrailer with grain.

(AP Photo/Iowa State Daily, Morris L. Manning)

News Local/State - July 09, 2015

Illinois Court Upholds Ruling In Fatal Grain Bin Accident

An appellate court upheld the $16 million judgment awarded to two families after the 2010 accident in northwest Illinois that claimed two lives.  A third co-worker survived.

In this Jan. 9, 2015 file photo, Illinois lawmakers listen to Speaker of the House Michael Madigan in Springfield.

(AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)

News Local/State - July 08, 2015

Illinois House Moves Forward On Temporary Budget

Illinois House Democrats say they intend to pass a budget Thursday that would cover many state services through the month. But Governor Bruce Rauner would not say Wednesday if he would veto the plan.

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