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The leaders of both Congressional agriculture committees say federal lawmakers will move back farm bill negotiations to December. The current law expires Sept. 30, but
After a decade of planning and lobbying, the village has put together enough money to build a new bridge so the train can pass over the traffic.
The allegations were made Thursday in an updated grand jury indictment that adds new charges against Trump and adds another defendant to the case.
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has tested positive for Covid. How will this affect the workings of the US Senate?
‘Labor peace agreement’ reached between unions, DNC earlier than in years past
Rep. Miller says on House Floor that a teen was kicked out of a Springfield YMCA despite the family saying they ended their membership.
Illinois is set to become the first state in the nation to eliminate cash bail after the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a landmark criminal justice reform law did not violate the state’s constitution. The high court said the law should now go into effect in September.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Jane Theis delivered the court’s opinion, approved 5-2, saying that the constitution “does not mandate that monetary bail is the only means to ensure criminal defendants appear for trials or the only means to protect the public.”
URBANA — Americans owe more than a trillion dollars in student debt. But those hoping for relief from President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan are
Largest multiyear plan in state history to affect all 102 counties
The two Republicans will vie for Illinois’ 12th congressional district during next year’s primary elections.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority has ruled a Christian graphic artist who wants to design wedding websites can refuse to work with same-sex couples. The decision is a defeat for gay rights.
President hypes ‘Bidenomics,’ reclaiming term coined by critics