Illinois enters phase 5 of the state's reopening plan today. Reporters Kesley Watznauer and Sierra Henry detail what people can expect out of this new phase in health, sports, and more!
Democrats can tally up a lot of wins this legislative cycle. But it was not entirely a smooth process.
Need help planning the perfect vacation? Reporters Kelsey Watznauer and Sierra Henry talk summer road trips in the latest 'Long Story Short' podcast.
Illinois Republicans on Wednesday urged Gov. J.B. Pritzker to "uphold his promise" and veto a Democrat-proposed state legislative redistricting map.
After Corkery posted the video, he went to bed. By morning he had 265,000 “likes” on TikTok and had gained about 60,000 followers.
What are your favorite summertime festivals? This week Kelsey Watznauer and Sierra Henry hit all the highlights in local government, health, and more, plus a fun conversation about upcoming events.
The Supreme Court announced Monday that it would hear a case from Mississippi challenging Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that established a constitutional right to an abortion.
Driving down the interstate will get a little easier for Illinois motorists driving electric vehicles with new road signs pointing the way EV charging stations.
Illinois' congressional Republicans appear to have the most at stake as Democrats seek to at least maintain the 13 seats they currently hold.
The 2021 Oscar recipient for Best Picture, some of which was filmed in and around Scottsbluff, joined 1983's "Terms of Endearment" as winning films shot at least partly in Nebraska.
With one final swing of his red pool noodle, Josh Vinson Jr. — nicknamed “Little Josh” by the crowd — won the inaugural Battle of the Joshes on Saturday.
Joshua Vinson Jr. was declared the ultimate Josh after the Josh fight took place in Air Park on Saturday. What started as a mid-pandemic joke …
Some people “are not happy about it. We’ve gotten some pretty hateful, vulgar comments,” said Matt Thomas, who does marketing for the company.
A civil lawsuit was filed Thursday by two former Madison County officials against Alton, Edwardsville, Granite City and Collinsville.
Several legal experts said Friday that they don’t think the officer could be charged under criteria established by a landmark 1989 Supreme Court ruling on the use of force by police, though another said prosecutors might see enough evidence to justify an involuntary manslaughter charge and let a jury decide guilt or innocence.
Steve Borowski was seriously injured and nearly drowned after his boat hit a submerged tree. Now, he's become an advocate for the piece of equipment that could have changed everything.
The Biden White House is amplifying the push for its $2.3 trillion infrastructure package with the release of state-by-state breakdowns. It gave Illinois a C-minus.
Listen to the predawn sounds of the sandhill cranes roosting on the Platte River in Nebraska. First, a murmur. Then wild chatter. And finally,…
Entrepreneur Holly Roeder hopes her business — The Luna Lounge — opens in the next two months in Sesser, a small city of 2,000, and becomes the first recreational cannabis consumption lounge in Illinois.
Votes for Deco Manufacturing Company can be cast until 11:59 p.m. on March 21.
The Taylorville Police Department announced that one of its police dogs has passed away following years of service.
Maroa-Forsyth Middle School student Arnav Kolluru secured the first-place spot in the Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday morning.
Three Illinois lawmakers sent a joint letter to Gov. J.B. Pritzker to modify Restore Illinois guidelines to allow children's museums to reopen.