The Illinois Senate returns to Springfield for the lame-duck session. We bring you the latest news.
On the last day of the veto session, a new pension bill aimed at mending the state's $96 billion unfunded liability was rolled out. Here to talk about the ins and the outs of the bill are two of its sponsors.
Illinois is on the way to joining two other states in giving undocumented immigrants driver's licenses. We have the latest on what happened in Springfield.
Illinois Senate President John Cullerton gives us a preview of the veto session in Springfield.
State Republicans are trying to take back the General Assembly as pension debts skyrocketed under Democratic leadership. The Chicago Sun-Times' Dave McKinney breaks down some key races.
Paris Schutz reports from the special legislative session.
Illinois Republicans hammer away at Democrats, as some gubernatorial candidates emerge for 2014. Paris Schutz has more on that, as well as pension negotiations in Springfield.
With just three days until the special legislative session in Springfield, lawmakers here are given even more sobering news about the state's pension hole. What's likely to happen Friday? We have the latest from the state capital.