Early Voting Expands Monday In Illinois Ahead Of ElectionEarly voting opportunities have greatly expanded across Illinois as of Monday.
Most Accidental Shootings Of Illinois Children In ChicagoForty-two times during a 2½-year span, a child was killed or injured in an accidental shooting in Illinois.
Nearly Half Of Illinois Voters Want To Leave State, New Poll FindsInstitute Director David Yepsen says 47 percent would like to head in a different direction.
Illinois Will Have Same-Day Voter Registration This ElectionSame-day voter registration will be allowed in Illinois in the general election because an appeals court ruled Friday that a challenge to the law won't be resolved until after Nov. 8.
Concussion Diagnoses For Illinois Kids Up 83 PercentNew data show that the percentage of Illinois youth diagnosed with concussions grew by 83 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Illinois Gets $1.8M For Low-Income Students Taking AP TestsIllinois will receive nearly $1.8 million to help low-income students take advanced placement tests.
Illinois Isn't A Very Happy Place To Live; Move To Utah, Recent Study SaysIllinois ranked 25, in the middle, while Indiana was closer to the bottom at No. 40.
Sen. Mark Kirk Not Backing Down On Obama-Iran Payment CommentsU.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-8th), Kirk’s opponent, said his comments about the president were beyond pale.
Donald Trump: Chicago Could Stop Violence 'In One Week'Citing a discussion with an anonymous top cop, Donald Trump believes tougher tactics could end Chicago violence in on week...
Illinois Sends Flood-Relief Assistance To LouisianaLouisiana officials put out a distress call Wednesday to other states asking for help. Severe storms in recent days have inundated the state's capital and elsewhere.
Illinois No Longer Will Call Children 'Wards' Of StateIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed an executive order banning the state from calling children under its care wards and instead instructing they be called "youth in care."
Appeals Court Slashes Damages To Illinois Riverboat CasinosAn appellate court has sharply reduced a jury's damages award to several Illinois casinos from $78 million to $26 million in a case tied to imprisoned former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.