Latest: 10:08 pm, 10/23/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- A decision from the county board on the jail situation.
IROQUOIS COUNTY -- The Iroquois County Board voted to cut its 911 board in half during Tuesday's meeting. But first responders say the decision doesn't make any sense.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Restaurants and food vendors outside Champaign-Urbana won't have to post food service placards in their businesses.
VERMILION COUNTY -- The county board says a new committee will take a look at wind farms.
VERMILION COUNTY -- The Vermilion County Animal Shelter is getting some much-needed funds.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Paychecks for several county employees will grow starting in December.
COLES COUNTY -- Officials say synthetic drugs are officially banned.
COLES COUNTY -- County officials want to put stricter rules on synthetic marijuana.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- The Champaign County Board released openings for volunteer firefighters.
MACON COUNTY -- The Macon County Board will vote Wednesday night on a proposal to increase the county clerk's salary.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Part of the jail got a bit of a facelift, but the sheriff says there's still a lot of work to do.
IROQUOIS COUNTY -- The partnership between two counties is ending.
DECATUR -- Five teens were recognized for trying to save a life.
IROQUOIS COUNTY -- The county board is revising an ordinance to change where wind turbines can be built.
MACON COUNTY -- The sheriff will have to wait before getting a raise.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- A study of the county corrections system will take longer and cost more than expected.
WATSEKA -- Changes are on the way for the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department.
CLINTON -- The DeWitt County Clerk held a recount for the race which was decided by a coin toss.
DEWITT COUNTY -- A tied board race is no longer up in the air, but it did send something flipping through the air Monday.
DEWITT COUNTY -- Three companies hope to run the county's ambulance service.
CHAMPAIGN -- New businesses could be coming to Neil Street.
SHELBYVILLE -- County board members approved $1.5 million in courthouse renovations.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY--Some county officials won't be getting a raise for the next four years.