ILLINOIS -- Candidates raise millions for elections, but where does it go and who’s watching?
SPRINGFIELD -- Representative Raymond Poe will undergo an adult stem cell transplant in Texas.
ILLINOIS -- Even though storm damage in Shelby and Macon counties may not cost as much as others, the state is trying to help.
SPRINGFIELD -- It was a different kind of hearing at the Illinois Supreme Court Tuesday. A singer with a family connection to the state's highest court helped rededicate the historic landmark.
ILLINOIS -- With just a month left until the election, a new survey shows candidates normally holding an edge because of their office, may have something to worry about.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers must find a way to pay back millions of dollars to employees in five state agencies.
ILLINOIS -- It's not been easy for the state to sell planes once used by lawmakers. There have been a few bidders and only two of nine have been sold.
ILLINOIS -- Cyber crime has reached all-time highs, but are people doing all they can to protect themselves?
Update: 5:33 pm, 9/29/14, Monday SPRINGFIELD -- There's more debate over how the state should pay for education giving each school a more equal share.
ILLINOIS -- The Land of Lincoln ranks as one of the top five states in spending on TV ads for state races.
ILLINOIS -- “Business friendly" may not describe the Land of Lincoln after it ranks second from last in a new study.
ILLINOIS -- A Democratically-supported bill which could change education funding in the state is getting opposition from its own party.
ILLINOIS -- A big election issue this year is what to do about the state's minimum wage.
ILLINOIS -- More than 150,000 veterans in the country are homeless.
SPRINGFIELD -- Times are changing for business owners. The push to go green is more popular and saving money could be the biggest reason why.
ILLINOIS -- On the election front, gubernatorial candidates have debated a number of issues over the summer.
ILLINOIS -- If you're looking to start your own medical marijuana business, your time is up.
ILLINOIS -- This year's governor's race is now asking, who's more ethical? Each candidate has released ads this month painting the other as corrupt.
ILLINOIS -- The rising popularity of organic farming means more concerns over chemicals.
ILLINOIS -- On average, women still make almost a third less than men for the same job. That difference could be holding our economy back.
ILLINOIS -- Governor Quinn can't seem to get away from the scandal involving fired state workers.
ILLINOIS -- The medical marijuana law is now part of the race for governor.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lincoln's Tomb is once again getting a pricey facelift.
ILLINOIS -- The sexual harassment case against Treasurer Dan Rutherford is heating up again.
ILLINOIS -- The state may not release the names of companies seeking to grow and sell medical marijuana.
ILLINOIS -- Farmers say a proposed federal regulation could strangle their livelihoods.
ILLINOIS -- Years of ignoring the pension problem has put Illinois at the bottom of the list.
ILLINOIS -- A camera could help catch those who abuse the most vulnerable.
SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois is the first state to recognize all three levels of stroke care.
ILLINOIS -- The election is coming up. Thousands have already taken advantage of a new law to get them out to vote.
ILLINOIS -- Should candidates be ashamed of their bank account balances? Both candidates for governor are downplaying how much they make.
ILLINOIS -- Many feared good jobs would be downsized because companies are required to provide insurance under the new healthcare law. But a new report says those fears are overblown.
ILLINOIS -- There's a new push to help students afford college. It could help them live debt-free while they're in school.
ILLINOIS -- Law enforcement agencies are feeling the pressure of new rules.
ILLINOIS -- The state wants to protect the most vulnerable from unplanned pregnancies.
ILLINOIS -- Grocery shoppers typically look for quality and price when making decisions, but a new app is designed to help politically-motivated shoppers avoid a different type of problem.
ILLINOIS -- A program to enroll low-income children in health insurance continues to struggle.
ILLINOIS -- Big bucks are being thrown around in the governor's race breaking records, and a lot of that money is flowing down into other campaigns across the state.
ILLINOIS -- After more than a year of waiting, rules for the controversial gas drilling, known as fracking, are out.
Update: 6:03 pm, 8/29/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- Good news for state retirees when it comes to their money.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers want to keep electronic cigarettes out of the wrong hands.
ILLINOIS -- A new law could change fair wages for women.
ILLINOIS -- For decades, tens of thousands of veterans have lived on the streets, but those numbers are actually decreasing.
ILLINOIS -- Cyber crime is one of the fastest growing threats in the United States and experts say few people are ready to deal with it.
Update: 10:12 pm ILLINOIS -- Prescriptions for high-power narcotic painkillers have doubled in the last decade, but a new study shows the same painkillers could themselves, be a threat.
ILLINOIS -- If you have a loved one cared for by a stranger, you'd want to make sure they're trustworthy.
ILLINOIS -- More wild guests are turning up in Illinois and with that comes new rules for protecting people and the four-legged guests.
ILLINOIS -- Candidates for governor could have a run for their money.
ILLINOIS -- First time DUI offenders could get a chance to keep their driver's license.
ILLINOIS -- If you disobey the law, you're in trouble. But, how about state agencies?