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Landing a position on the Illinois appeals court now comes with a bigger price tag, newly released campaign finance reports show.
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State officials last week announced a $233 million state capital investment to restart Amtrak service between Chicago and Rockford beginning next year.
A front-end loader works to move a pile of petroleum coke at the Detroit Harbour on March 30, 2013.
Rauner's campaign released its first-quarter fundraising total on Tuesday. The release came ahead of a midnight deadline for candidates to file full campaign finance reports with the state.
Glenview is getting $1,067,950 to build a two-mile off road bike path to connect several existing trails The money is part of $52.7 million in community transportation funding that Gov. Pat Quinn recently announced.
The morning session will focus on a plan by Rep. Bob Rita to create a large casino in Chicago, but none elsewhere.
An alderman, who first told FOX 32 News about his city income tax proposal two weeks ago, offered new details Monday and won praise from the Chicago Teachers Union.
Illinois House members have ordered up a deeper financial dive into the remnants of Gov. Pat Quinn's scandal-tainted Neighborhood Recovery Initiative after a damning state audit in February found the now-disbanded program was beset by "pervasive" mismanagement.
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Quinn spoke in Chicago on Monday in the first of four planned appearances around the state to urge people to take advantage of "Welcome Home Illinois" that offers homebuyers $7,500 for a down payment and interest rates as low as 3.75 percent for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage.
The following information comes from a Office of the Governor Pat Quinn press release.
The Fox Valley Park District has been awarded a $400,000 grant by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources for the redevelopment of Copley I Park near downtown Aurora.
In Illinois, direct support workers -- who provide daily care to those with developmental disabilities -- have not had a raise in seven years.
Illinois will spend less next fiscal year on roads, rails and airport construction projects Gov. Pat Quinn announced Wednesday night.
The state plans to invest more than $4.7 million in bike and pedestrian trails in the metro-east as part of a federally-funded program encouraging transportation-related projects, according to the office of Governor Pat Quinn.
Faced with an expected $3 billion budget hole from an expiring income tax increase, Illinois lawmakers are grappling with whether to raise taxes to avoid major cuts to schools and social services next year.