ILLINOIS -- An appeals court may be close to a final decision on the fate of Rod Blagojevich.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- People are getting fewer tickets. It's good news for drivers, but it means less money for at least one county.
EFFINGHAM COUNTY -- The mother of a murdered 7-year old was granted a continuance Thursday.
DANVILLE -- Some people will have to travel a bit farther to go to court.
SPRINGFIELD -- The federal court in Central Illinois is giving millions back to the government.
EFFINGHAM COUNTY -- Willow Long's mother was back in court Thursday.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- The search is on for a new judge.
ILLINOIS -- Sheriffs in the state are happy about an appeals court ruling. A judge ruled in their favor.
URBANA -- The man accused of murdering a UI student pleaded not guilty.
FORD COUNTY -- A Paxton man says he didn't try to kill another man last month in Farmer City.
PARIS -- An Edgar County teen won't get a lesser sentence after being convicted of murdering his mom.
NATIONAL -- A U.S. court ruled "likes" on Facebook are protected as free speech under the constitution.
SPRINGFIELD -- A federal court says gun owners can't immediately pack heat.
DECATUR -- The man accused of driving off after hitting a toddler was in court Wednesday morning.
URBANA -- A former teacher who admitted to having a sexual relationship with a student will be in court Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Supreme Court's Chief Justice is reminding judges to report any cases of mental illness.
URBANA -- Champaign County leaders are putting the brakes on mental health court.
URBANA -- Lawyers for Champaign Mayor Don Gerard and an ex-girlfriend were back in court Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD -- The debate over concealed-carry is heating up in courtrooms around the state.
SPRINGFIELD -- WCIA-3's Ashley Michels Digs Deeper into the delay at the state's crime lab which may have led to the release of an accused shooter last week.
CHAMPAIGN -- A new motion has been filed against Mayor Don Gerard by his ex-girlfriend, Laura Huth.
CLINTON -- A former daycare worker accused of giving sleep medication to children was in court Thursday.
CHARLESTON -- A man facing murder and robbery charges pleaded not guilty Monday.
CHAMPAIGN -- A man pleaded not guilty to a 4th of July shooting.
NORMAL -- Chilling new details about Friday's school shooting.
DECATUR -- A man accused of killing a couple was back in court Wednesday.
MORTON GROVE -- A man suspected of shooting at a mosque near Chicago was due in court Monday.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- The Champaign County Court is considering retesting DNA from a nine year old case.
DANVILLE -- A murder trial could start this fall, now that an appeals court reversed a ruling on a key piece of evidence.
URBANA -- A 14-year old was released into the custody of his mother today, over objections of the state's attorney's office.
URBANA -- A Greenup man accused of trying to kidnap a child says he's not guilty.
CHICAGO -- Drew Peterson appeared in a Chicago court today for a hearing before his upcoming murder trial.
SHELBY COUNTY -- A Stewadson woman heads back to court later this month on charges of child abduction.
DECATUR -- One man faces a dozen charges for a weekend shooting.
One brother accused of killing 5 members of one family is set to be tried in April 2013.
SHELBY COUNTY -- A Herrick man will most likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Two Cass County grandparents have little relief after heading to court today.
Four high school students from Bismarck-Henning face criminal charges for bullying.
Update: 4:15 pm, March 1
One suspect accused in May's shooting at Market Place Mall is found guilty on two counts.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled it's okay to lie to the police in certain situations.
A former village clerk for Strasburg will stand trial March 19, on charges of embezzlement.
A Danville man facing three counts of murder heads to court today for a preliminary hearing.
An Urbana man will spend the rest of his life in federal prison.
A training session for Champaign County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) gets underway.
The Illinois Supreme Court approved a pilot program allowing news cameras and electronic recording devices in courtrooms for the first time.