A Chicago City Council hearing will be held Wednesday on lead found in the water at over 100 public schools in the city.
ITT Technical Institute has ceased enrollment of new students, according to a statement posted Monday on the for-profit college's website.
Fitch Ratings lifted Chicago's credit outlook to stable from negative Tuesday due to the city's efforts to stabilize its pension funds.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation Friday barring future part-time county board members from receiving pensions through the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed a bill Friday that would have raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour for workers who assist people with developmental disabilities.
The U.S. Education Department took new actions Thursday against ITT Educational Services Inc. to safeguard students and taxpayers.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation Thursday that will remove barriers to employment for people with certain felony convictions.
Premiums for individual health care plans purchased through the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplace in Illinois could increase by an average of 43 percent to 55 percent.
Details on Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposed water and sewer tax have been released.