Saturday, November 17, 2018

State Board of Elections Prepares for November, While Protecting Against Hackers...

Springfield -- The management of running our elections never gets easier in the age of the Internet, with all the potential threats that brings,...

Republican Candidate for Treasurer, Jim Dodge, on Fixing Illinois’ Finances

From the City Club of Chicago - Jim Dodge, who has an MBA in Finance shares his plans on making the Illinois Treasurer's office...

Paris, Illinois – How a Small Community’s Effort Made the “UnAffordable”...

Paris, Illinois -- For years, students here lived in a community of 9,000 that was stuck with an aging high school over 100 years...

C-SPAN Visits Springfield As Part of Its 50 State Tour of...

SPRINGFIELD, September 18, 2018 - Every year the C-SPAN Network produces a major series on public affairs or history.  In 1994, C-SPAN reenacted the...

Paris, IL: Horizon Health’s Expansion Aids Paris’ Business Expansion

From Paris, Illinois -- It's a small city located on the Eastern edge of Illinois. Yet despite being so close to Indiana -- a...

Recalling the 1968 Democratic National Convention

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum: On the 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Democratic National Convention, we hear reflections from four...

One-on-One with SIUE’s John Caupert, on Testing the Limits and Benefits...

SIUE, Edwardsville - We hear from John Caupert, Executive Director, National Corn to Ethanol Research Center (NCERC), which works on Advancing Biorenewables Research. Ethanol has...

Miss Black Illinois Competes in the Miss Black USA Pageant

From Washington DC - Ashley Graham reports on Maya Pitts, Miss Black Illinois, who lives in Woodlawn, as she competed in the Miss Black...

Illinois State Fair: Celebrating Life in Illinois’ Rural Counties

From the State Fair, we talk with Bill Jennings & Richland County Fair Queen, Samantha Trout, as the Counties celebrate their day at the...

Taylor Pensoneau: Reflections on Covering Illinois Politics in the 1960s...

Springfield - Marking the Illinois Bicentennial, 1818-2018 In this in-depth conversation, we speak with former journalist, now author Taylor Pensoneau, who was the Capitol Bureau...

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Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Lloyd Karmeier on the Costs of...

From the Illinois Supreme Court: Our one-on-one with Chief Justice Lloyd Karmeier, as we talk about funding the courts, the costs of the legal...

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