Illinois County Board Committee Supports Tablets for JailA county jail in Illinois may begin providing Android tablets to its inmates.
First West Nile Case of the Summer Confirmed in IllinoisThe first human case of West Nile Virus is being confirmed in Illinois.
Rauner Aide Fired After One Day For Twitter CommentsHe was dismissed for racially charged and homophobic messages found on his Twitter account.
Gas Prices Expected to Rise in IllinoisIllinoisans were just hit by an income tax increase, and they're about to be hit in the wallet again.
Hemp Bill Could Grow Profits in IllinoisGrowing marijuana could soon become legal in the state of Illinois.
Illinois' Strategy for Digging Out of Debt: Taking On MoreIllinois lawmakers are counting on an ironic strategy to dig out of mountains of debt: borrowing even more money.
Fiber-Optic Cable Cuts Affect Mediacom Customers In 3 StatesMediacom Communications spokeswoman Phyllis Peters says a mower for a road crew severed a cable Thursday morning near Fitzgerald, Georgia.
Taxes and Credit Changes in Illinois
FBI uses UI's Campus Cameras to Investigate Missing StudentThe footage showed Yingying Zhang getting into a black Saturn Astra before she disappeared on June 9 in Urbana
Illinois Budget Crisis Could Attract Businesses to MissouriIllinois' budget problems could a be a business opportunity for Missouri.
Senior Home Residents Taken to Hospital After CrashSeveral vehicles were involved in the crash, but no serious injuries were reported.
Illinois Treasurer to Governor: No 'Junk' for Credit TrunkThe state's Democratic treasurer issued Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner an unsolicited to-do list for staving off fiscal failure Monday.

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