Two Weeks After Election, State Treasurer's Race Could Be Decided By Fewer Than 400 VotesThe contest between Republican Tom Cross and Democrat Mike Frerichs has tightened as officials count mail-in and provisional ballots. Cross holds a slight edge.
Quinn: Security Concerns Prompted End To Media Tours Of PrisonsGov. Pat Quinn says he didn't end media tours of Illinois prisons in order to cover up anything.
Rutherford: Tough Road Ahead For Quinn's Pension PlanNow that the governor has finally unveiled a plan to tackle the state's pension crisis, one top Republican is predicting a tough road ahead.
Operation ReuniteOperation Reunite is Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford's mission to return unclaimed medals to America's heroes.
Rutherford Hopes To Find Unclaimed Property Owners At State FairThe Illinois state treasurer wants to get rid of $1.5 billion in assets, and he hopes using the State Fair will move things along.
Treasurer: State Making More Money Than UsualThe state is making more money than usual, though not enough to fill the budget gap.
State Treasurer To Protect Illinois Investments In Case Of DefaultState Treasurer Dan Rutherford has outlined his plan to protect Illinois investment dollars in case of a federal default.
Rutherford: Illinois Could Go Red For Romney In 2012Illinois’ electoral votes haven’t gone to a Republican presidential candidate since 1988, but state Treasurer Dan Rutherford thinks 2012 could turn Illinois red once again.
Report: Giannoulias To Teach Class At NorthwesternAnyone wondering about the future of Alexi Giannoulias, after he lost his U.S. Senate race last year now has an answer.
Feds: Loans Took Down Giannoulias Family BankFederal investigators say the issuance of too many real estate loans was the cause of the demise of Broadway Bank.