DuPage County is looking for new voting equipment, according to a report.
During the pandemic, virtual visits to health care professionals have exploded in popularity. But now they face an uncertain future in Illinois and pressure is mounting to change state law so that telehealth visits will be covered by insurance even when the pandemic ends.
On the house floor, Cheney voted for Trump's policy positions more than 90% of the time while he was president. But after rioters invaded the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, egged on by Trump's election claims, Cheney voted to impeach him.
Illinois State Rep. Michael Zalewski has introduced a bill that would allow bars to give one free beer to each customer who provides proof of vaccination.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger Monday accused GOP House Leader Kevin McCarthy of ignoring his warnings of violence before the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and said the California Republican's leadership should be under fire rather than that of the third-ranking Republican, Rep. Liz Cheney.
Mettawa Mayor Casey Urlacher was allowed to run again for office after receiving a pardon from former President Donald Trump.
Republican Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger is throwing his support behind his colleague Liz Cheney.
State agencies and institutions would only be permitted to purchase American and Illinois flags manufactured in the United States under a measure that passed through committee on Wednesday.
The State Senate is considering legislation that would protect the rights of students to wear their hair in styles historically associated with race, ethnicity and hair texture like braids, dreadlocks or twists.
About 74 percent of Calumet City's residents are African American.
Illinois Republicans pounced on Gov. J.B. Pritzker Wednesday for his seeming change of heart on how legislative districts are drawn, urging the reform-minded governor to seize an opportunity to make a dent in the state’s long-reviled history of corruption.
A politically charged debate erupted across Illinois after the U.S. Census showed the state endured a net decline of 7,835 residents in a total population 12.8 million.
Illinois will lose a seat in Congress because of stagnating population, continuing a long slide that has cost it political influence nationally, according to the 2020 Census results announced Monday.
Mayor Roger Agpawa won re-election with over 80 percent of the vote. But an Illinois appellate court has ruled he is not eligible to hold state office, because of a 1999 mail fraud conviction.
The Illinois Senate has approved a bill that would make Juneteenth National Freedom Day a state holiday.
A House subcommittee led by Illinois Democrat Raja Krishnamoorthi is investigating YouTube Kids, saying the Google-owned video service feeds children inappropriate material in "a wasteland of vapid, consumerist content" so it can serve them ads.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a Chicago firefighter pension bill into law this week that both Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Republicans in the state have called a "fiscally irresponsible" bill that will increase property taxes.
A former Illinois state senator pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal charges of lying on personal income tax reports and failing to file tax returns for her lobbying and consulting firm.
Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger has raised more than $1 million for his anti-Trump political action committee.
Ray LaHood, who served as transportation secretary under former President Barack Obama, has admitted to federal prosecutors that he intentionally did not report a $50,000 loan he received from a Lebanese-Nigerian businessman, according to reports.