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Middle Fork River advocates are urging Gov. Pat Quinn and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to "do the right thing" and direct Dynegy to relocate three coal ash ponds at the old Vermilion Power Station north of Oakwood.
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After the denial of federal disaster assistance, Gov. Pat Quinn is offering $45 million from state coffers to help Illinois communities recover from November's deadly tornadoes.
Local officials on Thursday checked off another major step toward securing a deal to build a $1.4 billion fertilizer plant near Tuscola.
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A southern Illinois retiree whose legal fight helped bring about an end to the state's last-in-the-nation ban on concealed carry has become among the state's first to get her permit to have a handgun in public.
When superrich Republican Bruce Rauner decided to run for governor of Illinois, it was clear this wouldn't be the kind of race the state was accustomed to.
The response Whoaa a third of likely Democratic voters disagreed with a fairly mildly written re-elect question, and another 16% aren't so sure.
At a recent hearing of the Northeastern Illinois Public Transit Task Force, experts like Peter Skosey made the case for the types of changes necessary to meet Chicago's goals for increased transit ridership, focusing on transit oriented development.
There are many hotbutton topics facing the 2014 gubernatorial candidates, and Illinois infrastructure is one of they have strong opinions on.
Growing up, it's fairly easy to ignore the constant amount of political ads that can be seen on television and on billboards around town.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is a Democrat in a solidly blue state, but it will be tough for him to win re-election.
SYCAMORE – DeKalb County Clerk Doug Johnson will not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples before June 1, despite Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Tuesday encouraging county clerks to issue the licenses immediately.
Gov. Pat Quinn said the state is stepping in with $45 million in disaster relief funds to help local governments recover from last November's tornados, after the federal government turned them down.
Already targeted as a source of lung-damaging air pollution, a company that has been piling petroleum coke on Chicago's Southeast Side now faces new accusations that it illegally allowed contaminated runoff to spill into the Calumet River.
Pat Quinn has been a massive failure on crime in Illinois. Crime under Pat Quinn's administration has skyrocketed throughout Illinois - not just Chicago, but in Rockford and many other communities.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan is telling Illinois' county clerks they have the right to immediately issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.