Hundreds of artifacts belonging to Abraham Lincoln and his family will remain in Illinois’ hands with the refinancing of a loan used to buy them.
It’s open enrollment season for the health insurance marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act. But many people who need to sign up may not…
CHICAGO — Chicago’s fired police chief was having drinks with a woman for hours the mid-October night officers found him sleeping behind the wheel of
URBANA — The University of Illinois has joined more than 200 higher-education institutions worldwide in a letter declaring a “climate emergency” ahead of a major
CHICAGO – Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired Police Supt. Eddie Johnson on Monday, saying her decision was based on his “ethical lapses.” Lightfoot said she
Beginning in January, all Illinois employers will have to start providing sexual harassment training for their employees. It’s part of a new law called the