February 17, 2014

Illinois Senate Leader Warns Of $3B Budget Hole

A top Illinois Democrat is warning of a nearly $3 billion state budget hole that includes a $1.6 billion revenue decline next year when the state's income tax increase expires.


February 17, 2014

DCFS Director Once Pleaded Guilty To Theft, Was Sued For Child Support

Gov. Pat Quinn’s new director of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services pleaded guilty to stealing from clients of a West Side social service agency and later became embroiled in a child-support battle over a daughter he said he never knew he’d fathered, records show.


February 16, 2014

Quinn To EPA: Don’t Reduce Ethanol Content

Gov. Pat Quinn is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not to follow through on its own proposal to reduce amounts of ethanol that must be blended with gasoline.


February 15, 2014

Kuck Finishes 37th in 2nd Sochi Event

Champaign native Jonathan Kuck finished 37th in Saturday’s men’s 1,500 meter speed skating event at the Sochi Olympics, an event that was a disappointing one for the USA team in general.


February 15, 2014

Rep. Hays: Tweaks to Concealed Carry Are ‘Negligible’

Before Illinois’ first concealed carry permits have even been issued, there are efforts on each side of the issue to change the measure granting them.  But one East Central Illinois lawmaker said any chances for their passage are slim.


February 14, 2014

Rutherford Won’t Release Harassment Investigation

A campaign spokeswoman for Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford says an independent investigation over allegations of misconduct won't be released to the public because of a pending federal lawsuit.


February 14, 2014

Bambenek Chosen For Vacant Unit 4 Seat

John Bambenek has been selected to fill the Champaign Unit 4 School Board seat recently vacated by Scott McAdam, who left for health-related reasons.


Page 683 of 1364 pages ‹ First  < 681 682 683 684 685 >  Last ›


WILL Highlights

Classical BTS logo

Classical:BTS

Stories behind the people working within the classical music discipline in central Illinois


The 21st

21st century radio for the 21st state. Weekdays at 11 am on WILL-AM 580.