Illinois' Bison Webcam Gaining In PopularityU.S. Forest Service has way to watch the large animals roam the prairie, 24/7
Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
Comptroller: State Employee Bonuses on Hold During ImpasseThe office that controls Illinois' checkbook announced Wednesday that payments to social services and public safety come first.
Jimmy John's Agrees to End Non-Compete Deals in IllinoisA Jimmy John's news release said the company is pleased to resolve the lawsuit.
East St. Louis Corruption Investigation Leads to ArrestsEast St. Louis, community of 27,000 residents across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, has a long history of budget shortfalls, corruption scandals and violent crime.
Mendoza Sworn in as Comptroller, Faces Paycheck Suit, RaunerSusana Mendoza was sworn in as Illinois' 10th comptroller Monday and immediately heard from the Republican governor about fighting a lawsuit from lawmakers demanding paychecks they haven't seen since May.
Another Year of Financial Uncertainty Looms For IllinoisIllinois hasn't had a full budget since July 1, 2015, the longest a state has gone without a spending plan since at least World War II.
Illinois Lawmakers Sue to Get Paid Despite State Budget MessSix state representatives filed a lawsuit Friday demanding the Illinois comptroller cut them paychecks they haven't seen since May.
Illinois Lawmakers Vote to Spare 2 Nuclear PlantsThe Senate endorsed the measure, praised as a forward-looking, clean-energy plan and lambasted as a bailout for a massive, profitable corporation, on a 32-18 vote just an hour after the House OK'd it 63-38.
VIDEO: Drunken Driver Gets 13 Years for Hitting Illinois TrooperA woman driving without a license because of previous drunken driving offenses who struck and critically injured an Illinois state trooper has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Illinois House OKs Exelon Subsidy Plan, Moves to SenateProponents say it will cost consumers less than 25 cents a month in exchange for reliable power and saved jobs.
Last-Minute Exelon Subsidy Plan Goes to Illinois House FloorThe Energy Committee voted 9-1 late Wednesday evening to advance the legislation that funnels $235 million a year to power-producing giant Exelon Corp. for 13 years.

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