Gov. Pat Quinn took action today to keep the fight going over unpaid state employee wages dating back to July 2011.
A bill that will allow driver's licenses to be granted to undocumented immigrants has passed the state legislature and is headed to Gov. Pat Quinn's desk for signing.
As the nation reels in the wake of a Connecticut school massacre that has left 26 dead, Mayor Rahm Emanuel met with Chicagoans and legislators this afternoon to discuss gun control in Illinois.
Moody's Investors Services has downgraded Illinois' credit rating from stable to negative.
A U.S. Appeals Court voted down the nation's last concealed carry ban yesterday, and likely set up a legal battle as Illinois could fight to keep the law in place.
A Cook County judge has ordered Gov. Pat Quinn to pay state employees their contractually outlined raises.
The Illinois House has failed to take up an override vote on Gov. Pat Quinn's budget cuts to state facilities, thereby keeping his prison and facility closure stand in place.
The findings of a new poll offer some not-so-good news for Illinois Governor Pat Quinn.
The Illinois Senate voted to restore $56 million in funds for the running of Tamm's Supermax Prison, Dwight women's prison, two youth facilities and three halfway houses.