No pay for state workers
Update: 4:00 pm, 1/28/17, Friday ILLINOIS -- State workers say they're shocked by Attorney General …
Proposal to track sexual assault cases
ILLINOIS -- Sexual assault victims could soon get help from the state Capitol.
Rauner's plans for improving education
ILLINOIS -- Governor Bruce Rauner talked to educators about his priorities for school districts …
Military weighs in on reduced PE requirements
ILLINOIS -- Military leadership is among those beginning to worry about many people who want to …
Schools prepare for asthma emergencies
ILLINOIS -- Schools in the state are now learning how to keep kids with asthma safe.
Senate office supplies running low
SPRINGFIELD -- Senate officials are telling lawmakers to be more efficient when using paper.
Mayors seek more efficient state operations
ILLINOIS -- Mayors around the state gathered to fight against what they say are unfair regulations.…
AFSCME votes tallied this week
ILLINOIS -- Results of AFSCME members' votes will be known later this week whether a strike has …
Domestic violence support groups at financial disadvantage
ILLINOIS -- Domestic violence organizations around the state have found themselves in a dilemma.
Group hopes to restore childcare eligibility
ILLINOIS -- Illinois Action for Children is launching a campaign to restore childcare eligibility.
Streamlining admissions for top 10%?
ILLINOIS -- An education bill is in the works which would automatically admit students finishing in…
Bill aims to give vets better access to education
ILLINOIS -- Veterans may soon have more resources to help them get college educations.