Illinois Department Of Corrections
SPRINGFIELD | Feeding prisoners two daily meals instead of three seems like it should save money, but substituting breakfast and lunch for "brunch" at Illinois' two dozen state prisons could cost several million dollars.
SPRINGFIELD | State prison officials are predicting more problems at the embattled Illinois Department of Corrections if lawmakers don’t give them more money to operate in coming weeks.
SPRINGFIELD | Another inmate death is under investigation at the Menard Correctional Center.
SPRINGFIELD | A 34-year-old southern Illinois man last week became the first Illinois prison inmate sent home on parole under a revamped early release program.
SPRINGFIELD | More than six months have passed since Gov. Pat Quinn approved legislation designed to ease overcrowding within the state’s bursting-at-the-seams prison system.
SPRINGFIELD | Prison closures planned by Gov. Pat Quinn could "make the prisons that remain more dangerous," a southern Illinois judge declared Tuesday in prohibiting shutdowns until the administration answers state workers' concerns.
SPRINGFIELD | Some of Illinois’ most notorious criminals could be shipped to other states as part of Gov. Pat Quinn’s push to close prisons in Tamms and Dwight.
The former site of a state adult transitional housing center in Dixmoor is heading to auction.
SPRINGFIELD |The weekend dining schedule is about to change for thousands of Illinois prison inmates.
SPRINGFIELD | Against the backdrop of a rise in inmate grievances at the state's lone maximum-security prison for women, Illinois officials say they are investigating ways to boost the number of female prison guards.
SPRINGFIELD | A paperwork glitch almost made the holidays a little bleaker for inmates and employees at one Illinois prison.
Eric Caine, who has for years claimed he was tortured by Chicago police into confessing to a double murder, has been ordered released from prison.
SPRINGFIELD | Gov. Pat Quinn has removed a member of the state's parole review board who has been unable to work for more than a year because of illness.
SPRINGFIELD | Gov. Pat Quinn appeared to be taking steps Friday to remove a member of the state's parole review board who has been unable to work for more than a year because of illness.
SPRINGFIELD | Gov. Pat Quinn says he will decide soon what to do with a member of the state's prisoner review board who hasn't worked in over a year because of illness.
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