New Website Tells Illinois' Story From Long Before Statehood A new website created for Illinois' bicentennial celebration tells the story of Illinois from well before it became a state 200 years ago.
“Life-Skills” Re-Entry Center Opens For Ex-Offenders Illinois officials have re-opened a former youth detention site as a center to help offenders learn life skills after they are released.
Rauner, Top Legislators Meet To Talk About Budget DealWith six weeks until the state budget deadline, the hard bargaining is under way between Gov. Rauner and Democratic leaders.
Renovations At The Governor's MansionThe grand opening is set for July 14.
'Stranger Things' Star Agrees To Officiate Illinois WeddingIt all started last week on Twitter, as all good things do.
White House Holiday Traditions On Display In Springfield"Holidays At The White House" is going now through January 7th at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Illinois Senate Acts On Sexual Harassment: Too Little, Too Late?State lawmakers worked quickly Tuesday to address a growing sexual harassment scandal among members and staff.
At Issue: Rep. Ives' Bid To Unseat Gov. RaunerThe flash point for the primary opposition to Republican Governor Bruce Rauner came when he signed HB-40, legislation that expanded abortion coverage in Illinois.
Legislation May End Sexual Harassment Statute Of LimitationsSome lawmakers are vowing not to let Denise Rotheimerher fall victim to a flawed system.
Rauner 'Deeply, Deeply Troubled' By Letter Detailing Sexual Harassment In SpringfieldAn open letter signed by 160 men and women describes a culture of misogyny within the halls of the Statehouse.
Sexual Harassment Becomes Hot Topic In SpringfieldIt's yet another byproduct of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Illinois Democrats Speak Their Mind On The Gridlock In SpringfieldWith no deal for school funding in place, Illinois Democrats canceled their annual rally at the state fair in Springfield on Thursday.