As More States Legislate Transgender Americans' Bathroom Use, Illinois Eyes Its Own BillNorth Carolina's bill shares some similarities with a bill proposed by Illinois legislators, but also many differences.
Best Springtime Destinations Near ChicagoBreak out of the cabin and get feverish about architecture, hiking, gaming, horseback riding, cooking and sampling new foods or spirits and more at these drive able destinations.
Seventh Case Of Zika Virus Reported In Illinois: Health OfficialsThe state Department of Public Health says two of the cases are in pregnant women. Three are in non-pregnant women. Two are men.
More Layoffs For Sears, Amid Financial LossesIllinois-based Sears is shedding 250 jobs, amid a new quarterly report showing the retailer has lost money and share value.
Church & Community Groups: 4 Exciting Day Trips You Can Do With A Chartered Bus (Without Breaking The Bank)Hike, learn about history or catch a baseball game with your community group at one of these four road trip destinations.
Voter Registration Deadline Ahead For March 15 PrimaryAn important deadline for Illinois voters is a few days away. Online voter registration for the 2016 general primary will close Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. The Illinois primary election is March 15.
Opinion: Young Millennials Don't Vote And It's Mostly Your Fault (Yes, You Specifically)Wagging your finger at the kids for their rockin' and their rollin' and their not votin' doesn't help.
School Funding Overhaul Again Faces Long Odds In SpringfieldLawmakers of all stripes have pledged support in recent weeks for overhauling the state's outdated school funding formula, a nearly 30 year old system that nearly everyone agrees penalizes students in poorer districts.
Rauner Blocks Another Bid To Expand Medical Marijuana In IllinoisRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner signaled his distaste for broadening the state's new medical marijuana program, declining to add chronic pain and seven other health conditions to the list of diseases that can be treated with the drug.
Gov. Rauner Not Softening Budget Stance As He Prepares For His Second State Of The State AddressAs he prepares to deliver his first State of the State address in front of legislative leaders who he's battled over his "Turnaround Agenda," Governor Bruce Rauner is not backing down.
One Year Since Taking Office, Gov. Rauner Continues To Stand Ground On BudgetToday marks the one-year anniversary of Governor Bruce Rauner’s inauguration, and there appears to be no end in sight for the budget impasse that has marked his time in office so far.
Illinois Patients Spent Nearly $2 Million On Medical Marijuana In Program's First Two Months Illinois has collected roughly $107,000 in taxes in the pilot program.