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About: springfield, illinois

Springfield is 90 miles NE of the Greater St. Louis area. The most famous past resident is Abraham Lincoln, who lived in Springfield itself from 1837 until he went to the White House in 1861. Major tourist attractions include a multitude of historic sites connected with Lincoln. In 1908 a large race riot erupted in the city which culminated in the lynching of two African American residents and led to the founding of the NAACP.

Population: 116909
Local Newspapers: State Journal-Register
Local Sports Teams: Springfield Junior Blues (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Illinois Springfield Robert Morris University (Illinois)

Zip Codes associated with springfield, illinois: 62701 62702 62703 62704 62707 62711 62712
Towns/Cities near springfield, illinois : Southern View Clear Lake Grandview Lincoln Park Riverton Jerome Leland Grove Sherman Spaulding Curran Chatham Rochester New Berlin

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Illinois Ihop worker feeds disabled customer

'Wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished': Melania as she makes rare address to honor 'International Women of Courage' - some from countries hit by her husband's travel ban Christian student is suspended for 'threatening' his Muslim professor after he 'confronted her for saying the Crucifixion was a hoax and Jesus' disciples didn't believe he was God' Married NFL Hall of Fame star Michael Irvin, 51, is under investigation for allegedly drugging and raping a 27-year-old woman in his hotel room Jared's friends say Trump was NOT furious at him skiing as healthcare collapsed - as questions mount on what his new taskforce will actually do Fox News exec said all black men beat women, spoke about fear that black people want to harm white people, and asked a black employee if her children all had the same father claims racial harassment suit filed against network Good ... (more)

79 Illinois veterans taking Honor Flight on April 11

Seventy-nine central and southern Illinois veterans will journey to Washington, D.C. on April 11 to visit national war memorials, courtesy of Land of Lincoln Honor Flight of Springfield. Officials say the 11 World War II, 42 Korean War, and 26 Vietnam War era veterans will be flown to the memorials at no cost.

Taxpayers pay millions in bonuses to outgoing lottery firm's staff

A Tribune investigation found the Illinois Lottery collected hundreds of millions of dollars from selling tickets to the biggest-prize instant games in which it did not hand out all of the grand prizes in some of the games. Illinois taxpayers have funded about $2 million in "retention" bonuses for employees of a private firm managing the lottery despite the firm performing so poorly Illinois is working to replace it.

Waiter Receives Job Offer After Helping a Disabled Customer

Joe Thomas received national attention after a photo of him at work at an IHOP in Springfield, Illinois, was posted on the company's Facebook page. Thomas was pictured as he helped a disabled woman eat her meal.

Springfield police arrest 2 in March 17 shooting death

The Springfield Police Department says two people have been arrested in connection with the March 17 shooting death of a man . Springfield police say Moises Trujillo, 23, and Caston Rosa, 19, were arrested in connection with the death.

You should walk 15,000 steps a day according to a new study

If you feel proud when you hit 10,000 steps per day, calm down. A new study reveals to beat cardiovascular disease you'll want to walk 15,000 steps a day.

Rauner: Madigana s holding up construction jobs

Gov. Bruce Rauner really got wound up Monday, talking about his favorite foil, the Speaker of the Illinois House, Mike Madigan . Discussing the idea of adding privatized toll lanes to Interstate 55 near Chicago, the governor said there's no telling what Illinois could accomplish if it were not for Madigan standing in the way of his ideas House Speaker Mike Madigan holding up his ideas - like a private foundation to fix up the Illinois State Fair Grounds.

District 186, Boys & Girls Club concerned about proposed after school cuts

Bill Legge, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Illinois, speaks at his Springfield agency location during a news conference Friday hosted by Sen. Dick Durbin. One of two after-school programs the Springfield Public School District runs could be affected by President Donald Trump's proposal to cut funding for such programs.

Easter Eggstravaganza

Hip and Hop your way to our FREE Easter Eggstravaganza on April 8, 2017 at Knight's Action Park ! ***Each hunt will have 2 areas, one for kids ages 4-6 and another for 3 and under.

Vacant Illinois agency jobs could move to Springfield area

Illinois agencies under Gov. Bruce Rauner have been told to decide whether vacant positions can be moved to the Springfield area as part of the process to fill the jobs. The Department of Central Management Services issued a memo Wednesday outlining the procedures needed for agencies to transfer vacant or currently occupied jobs to the state capital in Springfield, The State Journal-Register reported.

Springfield police search for missing person, jet ski found

The Springfield Police Department is searching for a missing person who was last seen riding a jet ski during the early morning hours of March 26. According to the preliminary investigation, detectives say two people set out on separate jet skis on Lake Springfield at about 1:20 a.m. Police say the two individuals separated out on the water, and that one of them returned home. However, that individual contacted officers later in the morning when the other person didn't return home.

Illinois considers legalizing marijuana for a fiscal boost

In this Sept. 9, 2015, file photo, Illinois Sen. Heather Steans, D-Chicago, speaks at the State Capitol in Springfield, Ill.

Springfield stabbing leaves 1 injured, police investigating

Springfield police tell WAND News that the incident happened at McAlister's Deli, located in the 2900 block of West Iles Avenue, at about 10:40 p.m. According to the preliminary investigation into the incident, a man entered the business and began arguing with an employee. Both the man and the employee walked outside of the business, and detectives say the man stabbed the employee multiple times.

Editorial: The Mendoza line on legislators pay

Democrat Susan Mendoza gestures during a political rally on Democrats Day at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield last August. The popular idea that Illinois legislators should see their paychecks penalized when failing to ensure that all the state's other creditors get paid is not a new one.

Vacant Illinois agency jobs could move to Sangamon County

Illinois agencies under Gov. Bruce Rauner have been told to decide whether vacant positions can be moved to Sangamon County as part of the process to fill the jobs. The State Journal-Register reports the Department of Central Management Services issued a memo Wednesday outlining the procedures needed for agencies to transfer vacant or currently occupied jobs to the state capital in Springfield.

Two arrested for armed robbery

Two Springfield residents are jailed for allegedly robbing a woman who had gone to the parking lot of a Wal-Mart as part of a drug transaction. Springfield Police say 20-year-old Traylee Price and 25-year-old Alysha McCrary face Armed Robbery and weapons charges.

Hiring rises in 11 US states last month, gains widely spread

This Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, file photo, shows the Illinois Department of Employment Security office in Springfield, Ill.

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