ILLINOIS -- A lot of unused patrol cars are raising questions.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers are stepping up their efforts to crackdown on heroin.
SPRINGFIELD -- Critics say "no" to a tax increase on fuel. They say it wouldn't just dig into customers' pockets, but hurt businesses as well.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state is threatening some of its historic sites.
SPRINGFIELD -- Law enforcement could soon track those who violate restraining orders just by hitting a switch.
ILLINOIS -- Ticket quotas could soon be a thing of the past.
ILLINOIS -- Remember how high heating costs were this winter?
ILLINOIS -- If you're not already saving for retirement, some lawmakers want to help you get the ball rolling.
ILLINOIS -- On the heels of equal pay for women, Illinois' lawmakers are focusing on the rights of expectant mothers in the workplace.
ILLINOIS -- School districts are in desperate need of teachers and retirees are being asked to step back into the classroom.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers are proposing a way to help inmates further their education and their futures.
ILLINOIS -- The push to force home builders to add fire sprinkler systems, could be put off yet again.
ILLINOIS -- State and federal lawmakers want changes to how disaster relief aid is handed out.
SPRINGFIELD -- It was a lesson in politics for UI students.
SPRINGFIELD -- One lawmaker wants to ground some planes used by state leaders.
ILLINOIS -- Amtrak could add more destinations in Central Illinois.
ILLINOIS -- Military families could get continued support in the state.
ILLINOIS -- Law enforcement could be handing out smaller penalties to those caught with small amounts of marijuana.
ILLINOIS -- The statute of limitations to analyze rape kids could be thrown out the window.
ILLINOIS -- Charter school advocates were loud and proud at the Capitol Tuesday.
ILLINOIS -- A bill allowing schools to suspend or expel students convicted of certain felonies passed the Illinois House.
ILLINOIS -- Politicians in the state have a lot of work to do to gain the trust of residents.
ILLINOIS -- The state's new concealed-carry law could already be helping people defend themselves.
Update: 10:05 pm, 4/5/14, Saturday ILLINOIS -- Concealed-carry instructors and their students are being disqualified for improper training.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers want to shed more light on the state's high school sports association.
ILLINOIS -- A few missteps by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) has the Quinn Administration looking to redirect the agency.
ILLINOIS -- Hunters could catch a break if an NRA lobbyist gets his way.
ILLINOIS -- Many businesses never rebuild after disaster strikes. That is why a local lawmaker is proposing big breaks for small businesses affected by tornadoes.
ILLINOIS -- Prison advocates are taking their concerns to the state's highest court.
ILLINOIS -- Illinois is the only state that makes you hand over your license to police if you get a speeding ticket. That could change.