Dynegy Inc. plans to phase out three of its coal-fueled units in Central and Southern Illinois, the company announced Tuesday.
The Illinois Medical Cannabis Advisory Board wants the state to expand the health conditions eligible for medical marijuana treatment.
The 5-day strike at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been cancelled and classes have resumed as scheduled.
Chicago State University has laid off over 300 employees, or a third of the school's staff, as a direct result of the ongoing state budget impasse.
Fast food workers in Evanston have joined the Fight for $15 movement for higher wages and union recognition.
South Side Chicago Ald. David Moore (17th) said he does not regret and will not apologize for using a racial slur last week in a Facebook post, in which he condemned the reassignment of an outspoken school principal.
The Illinois Medical Cannabis Advisory Board will consider whether 15 new medical conditions should be eligible for treatment under the state's medical marijuana pilot program.
Homeless youth and their supporters drew attention to the state budget stalemate's impact on services Thursday by protesting outside a downtown high-rise building where Gov. Bruce Rauner owns a condo.
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger's office disbursed $164 million in payments Thursday for Monetary Award Program grants.