Free at last? Doesn’t look like it.
Building a successful Chicago casino complex — at least on paper — should be a slam dunk.
U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger had already established himself as a leading Republican critic of Trumpism, but accepting an invitation
The Illinois General Assembly is a master of approving phony reform bills.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s personnel veto has inflamed an already difficult issue.
While it wasn’t the type of committee he supported, we hope he fulfills his duty on the panel investigating the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
A deal between the state and the owner of an abandoned power plant should be good news for all those who value Illinois’ only national scenic river.
The NCAA’s claim of overseeing “amateur” sports, a position as antiquated as baseball’s long-rejected defense of its infamous reserve clause, has been firmly rejected.
Next year’s primary election in Illinois won’t be held in March, as has been the norm for most of the last 50 years. Instead, it will be held June 28.
Local residents are justifiably enraged about the number of shootings this year, but it’s important to know this is not a grave problem just in C-U.
It was almost five years ago that a ‘comprehensive’ energy bill came out of Springfield that was supposed to build Illinois’ green energy industry
Is it possible to honor both fallen Champaign police Officer Christopher Oberheim and George Floyd, a victim of murder by a police officer? It has to be if we are to function as a civil society.