Illinois Prepared For Higher Obamacare Premiums, Missouri Still ReviewingIllinois officials say those receiving subsidies should be okay. Missouri still studying impact.
Illinois Borrows $1.5B at Reduced Interest to Pay Down DebtIt's more borrowed money. But the Republican governor announced a sale Tuesday of $1.5 billion in general obligation bonds at an interest rate of 3.5 percent.
Illinois Lottery's "Ticket for a Cure" is BackThe 2017 version of the Illinois Lottery's "Ticket For the Cure" game is now available.
McCaskill and Blunt React to President's Iran ActionKMOX News reached out to Missouri and Illinois lawmakers
Gov. Rauner Hopes for Budget Compromise in Veto SessionIllinois' fall veto session starts in less than two weeks.
Manufacturing Month Looks at Overseas FactorsIt's Manufacturing Month across the country.
October is Zombie Awareness Month in IllinoisState Representative Chris Welch says the thinking behind Zombie Awareness Month is this: If you're prepared for a Zombie Apocalypse, you're prepared for any disaster -- natural or man-made.
Warm, Dry September for IllinoisSeptember wrapped up as a warm and dry month in Illinois.
Rauner Agrees to Allow Medicaid for AbortionsThe law takes effect immediately.
New St. Elizabeth Hospital Nearly CompleteBeing 37 days until patients moving in is overwhelming
New Illinois Law Will Let Adults Earn High School DiplomasRauner's office says diplomas are more advantageous than GED certificates because they give adults "better skills for postsecondary education and the workplace.''
Small Earthquake Reported In Illinois, Felt In 3 StatesThe USGS says the preliminary 3.8-magnitude earthquake occurred at 6:47 a.m. Central Time on Tuesday about 7 .5 miles northeast of the city of Albion.