New Study Shows 80 Percent Of Illinoisans Will Travel In 2017Over 80 percent of people in Illinois will travel this year, according to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse survey.
Freezing Rain Advisory In Effect Until Midnight For Northern IllinoisThe National Weather Service has issued a Freezing Rain Advisory from 5 p.m. Wednesday to midnight for parts of Illinois.
Nearly 200 News Laws Become Effective In January 2017With the momentum of a train barreling down the tracks, nearly 200, new laws roll into Illinois for 2017.
Nearly 200 New Illinois Laws To Take Effect In January 2017Nearly 200 new Illinois laws will take effect in the new year, including first-in-the nation rules requiring hairstylists to undergo training to help domestic violence victims and others making it easier for juvenile offenders to get a fresh start.
Illinois Lost More People Than Any Other State: U.S. CensusThe Land of Lincoln lost nearly 38,000 people in the past year, updated figures show.
Illinois Leaders Differ On Progress In Meeting With GovernorIllinois legislative leaders differed on the outcome of their latest meeting with Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner.
First Measurable Snowfall Expected SundayIt may start to look more like the holidays on Sunday with the Chicago area expected to see snow.
Illinois Sees Warmest Fall On Record Since 1931This year's fall has been the warmest on record in Illinois since 1931.
Rauner Names Members Of Illinois Bicentennial CommissionGov. Bruce Rauner has appointed more than three dozen people to lead the planning for Illinois' 200th birthday celebration.
Caretakers Of Disabled Illinois Residents Could Get OT PayThe Illinois General Assembly approved a measure allowing home health care workers to get overtime pay for work over 40 hours a week.
Illinois Traffics Deaths Could Reach 1,000 By The End Of The YearIllinois is headed for a dubious distinction when it comes to the number of deaths on streets and highways across the state.
Attempt Fails To Overturn Automatic-Voter Veto In IllinoisThe Illinois House failed to overturn the governor's veto of a bill that would have allowed automatic voter registration at some state agencies.

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