A new law will enable entrepreneurs to make direct sales and deliveries of bread, cake and other homemade products across the state.
“It's a pretty tumultuous time,” said Brian Duncan, vice president of the Illinois Farm Bureau. “We're trying to hang on to some profits.”
“That money is essentially spoken for,” Susana Mendoza says of the $7.5 billion coming to the state from the American Rescue Plan.
COVID-19 killed demand for many farm products. But with vaccine rollouts and consumers venturing out again, will that turn around?
Some businesses owners struggling with COVID-19 restrictions asked for the pay hike to be delayed.
A new law requires greater disclosure when companies use artificial intelligence technology to sift through job candidates.
We take a look at four cities whose fates are linked to Chrysler and GM.
We take a look at what states are doing to prepare for the midterm elections.
Why Chicago has more parking ticket debt than other major American cities, and who the system targets.
In two years with no budget, Illinois racked up $10 billion in unpaid bills — and now spends $2 million a day on interest.