Recent Poll Shows Illinois Democrats Favor Durbin for Governor in 2018Rumors have been flying this week about U.S. Senator Dick Durbin's potential run to challenge Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.
Blagojevich Won't Attend Resentencing; to Take Part by VideoThe 59-year-old Democrat preferred to return to his hometown but reluctantly agreed with officials that the logistics of the 1,000-mile journey would be complicated, attorney Leonard Goodman told Judge James Zagel at a status hearing.
Rauner: Illinois Doing All It Can on Legionnaires' CasesThe veterans home in Quincy has stopped admitting new residents.
Illinois Supreme Court to Consider Remap Ballot Measure
Illinois Ordered to Rethink Medical Marijuana for MigrainesA judge has ordered Illinois health officials to reconsider their decision not to include migraine headaches on the list of conditions that qualify for use of medical marijuana in the state.
Follow Political Spending in Illinois Through OpenBookIt's been called a 'true portal of transparency for state government, where every dollar donated to a campaign is recorded.'
Belleville's Beer Hall, Convention Center Complex to Open By ThanksgivingMayor Mark Eckert says he's not too worried about the missed June deadline to open Hofbrauhaus.
Belleville Man Dies After Arrested for Huffing Canned Air DustersHe was taken to the hospital where he died the next morning.
$4.5M Raised for Illinois Governor's Mansion RestorationA private fundraising campaign to restore the governor's mansion in Springfield has received about $4.5 million toward its estimated goal of $15 million.
Tire Removal in Illinois to Target Virus-Carrying MosquitoesAn Illinois agency will soon collect used tires from abandoned properties and rural roads in an effort to reduce the risk of illnesses carried by some mosquitoes.
Prisoner Found Dead in Madison County JailThe sheriff's department says they believe this is a homicide and they have a suspect in custody.
Rauner Signs Bill Banning Sale of `Bath Salts' in StoresGov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation Monday to punish Illinois retailers that sell so-called bath salts, which are chemicals that mimic the effects of cocaine and other powerful drugs.

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