Illinois Debt Deepens: State Comptroller Sounds The AlarmIt's such a huge number, it's hard for people to wrap their heads around it.
New Illinois Law Imposes Fine For Minors With E-CigsIllinois law already prohibits selling e-cigarettes to anyone under 18.
Disabled Illinois Veteran Disappointed With Medical Marijuana DecisionLon Hodge, who suffers from PTSD & chronic pain, was one who lobbied Gov. Rauner to expand program
President Obama Plans Speech in Springfield, Ill.Gov. Rauner says he'll welcome February 10 visit to state capitol.
New $100k Chief of Staff Hired for Illinois First LadyOn the same day Lutheran Social Services cut 43 percent of its staff in Illinois, plus 30 programs helping 4,700 people -- the Bruce Rauner administration announced it hired a new chief of staff for First Lady Diana Rauner.
Rauner Backs Democrats' Pension Plan With Union MeasureIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said Thursday that he would support a top Democrat's proposal to tackle Illinois' pension crisis, as long as it includes a union-weakening provision aimed at collective bargaining.
Rauner Asks Labor Board to Rule if Union Talks at ImpasseThe acidic word-war between Gov. Bruce Rauner and the union members who staff state government took a formal turn Friday.
Rauner Touts Progress in First Year; Says More Must be DoneGov. Bruce Rauner says he's taken steps to improve Illinois during his first year in office, but the job "is nowhere near complete."
Recommendations Made to Shrink Illinois GovernmentsConsolidating local governments won’t be done in one large piece of legislation, according to Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Gov. Rauner Visits Carlyle LakeState's chief executive said some in deep southern Illinois refuse to evacuate despite flooding threat
Some Await Worst, Others Begin Cleanup After FloodsSoutheast Missouri braces for historic levels, while St. Louis area starts to rebound
Illinois Governor Visits Metro-East Flood VictimsBruce Rauner's stops included Nameoki United Methodist Church in Granite City