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A poll taken for Rasmussen Reports earlier this month found that Governor Pat Quinn's unfavorable rating was 55 percent.
A former death row inmate whose wrongful murder conviction helped bring about the end of Illinois' death penalty said life has recently been more difficult with renewed questions about his innocence.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says he's taking his opponent in the November election more seriously than any challenger since he first was elected to the Senate nearly two decades ago.
Memo to Urbana residents: better hold on to any state and federal income tax refunds.
Carol Ammons, with son Amir, 12, is greeted by Phyllis Clark, far right, while enjoying her moment as the Democratic nominee for the 103rd House District at Brooken Administrative Building in Urbana on Tuesday, March 18, 2014.
Gov. Pat Quinn delivers his annual budget address to a joint session of the General Assembly on March 26, 2014 in the House chambers at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield.
Governor Quinn is staying out of the argument over Thursday's unusual Illinois House Executive Committee vote on state financing for an Obama presidential library.
The state of Illinois has awarded 26 groups grants totaling $1.6 million for programs designed to conserve and enhance the shoreline of Lake Michigan and adjacent waterways.
Jack Franks would have us believe that had there been no 2011 tax increase, Illinois would be on the path to economic recovery.
Lariyah Beasley, a 4-year-old preschool student from Chicago, holds a sign during a rally Aug. 28, 2013 outside the Chicago Board of Education headquarters in Chicago.
Unemployment in Illinois last month dropped to the lowest level in five years, though it remained 3rd highest of any state.
The Illinois Medicaid program paid an estimated $12 million for medical services for people listed as deceased in other state records, according to an internal state government memo.
The mayor of Urbana said nearly $8 million in funding from the state for a road project on the far east side of town is an important part of trying to develop the area.
A wording glitch in a new state pension law is prompting hundreds, and perhaps thousands, of professors and other state university employees in Illinois to consider retiring before July 1 to avoid significant benefit cuts.
State Sen. Karen McConnaughay is voicing her opposition to a proposal by Gov. Pat Quinn to make permanent an income tax increase that expires at year's end.