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Dave and Elizabeth talk with State Senator Chapin Rose on this morning's show. An area state senator is expressing cautious optimism about the possibility of a fertilizer plant ending up in Douglas County.
Missouri and Illinois officials announced Thursday that the new four-lane-cable stayed bridge named after St. Louis Cardinals great Stan Musial will open to traffic Feb. 9, a celebrated milestone for a $700 million project that took a few years - and a few squabbles - to complete.
Even in the 21st Century, with a video link between Chicago and Springfield offices, the procedure was about as low-tech as you could get to determine ballot position for Illinois' March primary.
Gov. Pat Quinn ordered Murray and other facilities closed last year as part of an effort to save the state money.
University and state officials on Friday are expected to unveil additional details about plans under way to boost innovation in Illinois manufacturing.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Democratic incumbent Gov. Pat Quinn will be listed second on the Democratic side behind Tio Hardiman.
The federal government is coming through for Illinois tornado victims. Governor Pat Quinn announced today 15 counties including Wabash, Wayne, and Washington, Illinois, will get more than $1 million in federal aid from the November 17, tornado outbreak.
A little-known candidate for governor is hoping to take down Gov. Pat Quinn even before voters head to the polls next March.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn smiles during the signing of the pension overhaul legislation bill on Dec. 5 in Chicago.
Gov. Pat Quinn issued a statement Wednesday saying he will renew his fight to increase the minimum wage in Illinois.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Tuesday revised the outlook on Illinois' A-minus credit rating to developing from negative due to the state's passage of long-awaited pension reform last week.
An exhibit including the Christmas Nativity scene opened in the Illinois State Capitol last week, prompting considerably less fanfare than did the first display when it was erected six years ago.
The company took several factors into account, including the cost to operate each headquarters location, lease obligations and sublease considerations, tax implications, government incentives, ability to add associates and incorporate functions in the current space, and people-related costs.
Gov. Pat Quinn went without a paycheck for months to make the point that lawmakers needed to pass a pension reform bill.
US group Pinnacle Foods is to expand a plant in Illinois to produce the Wish-Bone and Western salad dressings it acquired from Unilever earlier this year.