1.4M Illinois Job Seekers May Have Had Personal Data HackedOthers affected are Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Oklahoma and Vermont.
Ill. at Lowest Unemployment Rate Since 2007The drop to 5.4 percent leaves Illinois' jobless rate at its lowest point since late 2007.
License of Pot-Friendly Illinois Doctor Placed on ProbationThe doctor approved marijuana for hundreds of patients in the state's program.
Ameren Illinois Offer Energy Assistance to Low-Income CustomersOne-time energy assistance grants of up to $150 will be available to East St. Louis-area customers.
Illinois Judge Rules in Favor of Lawmakers Seeking PayA Cook County judge ruled Thursday that Illinois lawmakers must be paid on time despite their failure to pass a budget.
VIDEO: Baby Born With Extra Legs Thriving After SurgeryTen-month-old Dominique was born in the Ivory Coast with a not-fully-developed conjoined twin.
124 Illinois Prison Nurses Get Layoff NoticesIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration has told 124 prison nurses that their jobs are being privatized.
Alton to Gain New Station for High-Speed Trains This SummerHowever, the trade-off is the fact that it could lose the historic College Avenue Station that's been serving passengers for nearly a century.
Illinois Governor Announces Cybersecurity PlanThe administration has proposed $900 million for all information technology services in the state's next budget.
Illinois House Votes Against Making Obama Birthday a HolidayThe Illinois House has rejected making his birthday a state holiday.
Supreme Court Won't Take Up Appeal of State Worker Pay CaseJustices on Monday denied Madigan's request to bypass the appellate court and take the matter directly to the Supreme Court.
Wind Energy Firm Trying Again for OK of Cross-Country LineMissouri Public Service Commission rejected Clean Line Energy's request in July 2015 while questioning its local benefit.

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