Illinois is Paying More Taxes this YearIllinoisans will have to pay more in taxes this year, but not as much as they will next year.
Act of Kindness Pays for Stolen Shriner's Christmas TreesSix Fraser Firs worth about 300 dollars had been stolen from the Alt-Wood Shriners' Club lot in Wood River
Southern Illinois Looking for Volunteer FirefightersThe firefighter ranks are graying, and they are dwindling.
Rauner: "I Am Not in Charge""I wish I had [been], we'd have our problems fixed," Rauner said.
Illinois Residents Purchasing More Healthcare Plansew federal data show that Illinois consumers are purchasing health insurance plans from the public Affordable Care Act exchange faster this year
Illinois Weighs Economic Benefits of Recreational MarijuanaIllinois lawmakers are hearing testimony on the potential economic impact of legalizing recreational marijuana.
Queen of Hearts Jackpot Reaches $1 Million Amid Legality ConcernsTonight, more than $1 million is on the table for Queen of Hearts participants in the Aviston
Could Queen of Hearts Drawings Be Illegal?Revenue source for some Metro-East clubs may be violating Illinois law
Inaugural Magic Of Lights Display Ready To Go At Gateway Motorsports ParkRuns Nov. 17th through New Year's Day, with a million lights on display.
No Winner in Queen of Hearts DrawingA Carlyle man won the right to pick one of the 10 remaining cards, but chose the three of spades.
American Legion Queen of Hearts Draws Huge CrowdNo one has won the jackpot in 44 weeks, and tonight's drawing is close to $930,000.
1st Alligator Snapping Turtle in Decades Spotted in IllinoisIllinois Natural History Survey herpetologist Chris Phillips called his finding of the turtle, at least 18 years old, a "move in the right direction'' in the effort to save the state-endangered species.