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Governor Pat Quinn today announced key campaign staff for his 2014 re-election bid.
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Three inmates and four guards at Pinckneyville prison were involved in a meal line fisticuffs Sunday morning, and the prison is now on lockdown pending investigation, local news reports say .
10 hrs ago | Chicago Sun-Times
South Side activists denounced "cul-de-sac" critics Monday and called for more cash - not less - for anti-violence programs such as Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled Neighborhood Recovery Initiative.
As the Illinois March 18th primary election nears, Eyewitness News asks, "What issues matter to you?" From Your Local Election Headquarters, lead political reporter Kayla Moody is traveling around Southern Illinois talking with voters.
Republican gubernatorial candidate and Illinois businessman Bruce Rauner wants to set the record straight: He's not just part of the one percent, he's part of the .01 percent .
A bridge in Elmhurst will be replaced as part of a $2.9 million state capital construction program, according to a press release from the Office of Gov. Pat Quinn.
The report shows 91 Illinois communities have achieved 100 percent renewable electricity, far more than any other state.
You'd get to choose from both Column A and Column B in a primary, under a bill introduced in the Illinois House.
When a task force appointed by Gov. Pat Quinn issues its long-awaited report on mass transit reform later this month, it is expected to recommend ways to tackle what officials say is a multibillion-dollar shortfall in funding.
Charlie Washington, 55, of Park Forest, has organized a two-day seminar in April in Orland Park on how to get into the medical marijuana business.
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Three of the four Republican candidates made their way to Marion Saturday night.
Kirk Dillard, of Hinsdale in DuPage Count, is closing in on Bruce Rauner who leads in the polls as the March 18 election nears.
Lawmakers that oversee Illinois Department of Children and Family Services say the agency faces "horrendous" challenges in the year ahead as officials deal with yet another search for a new child-welfare chief after Arthur Bishop resigns.
I heard Illinois passed a new law allowing gun owners like me to carry in public.
A scathing audit of an anti-violence program launched by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2010 has been sent to law enforcement authorities.