Update: 5:10 pm, 9/5/14, Friday NATIONAL -- Home Depot is telling customers they're off the hook, if their credit card data was stolen.
URBANA -- Police make an arrest which could be the key to solving several burglaries.
ILLINOIS -- The state has been paying down its debt, but not everyone is impressed.
NATIONAL -- The cyber-security breach affecting Target stores may be more widespread than originally thought.
NATIONAL -- If you shop at Target, be on the lookout for fraudulent charges on your credit or debit cards.
Update: 6:06 pm SPRINGFIELD -- Raising the national debt ceiling is the next big hurdle lawmakers will have to tackle.
SPRINGFIELD -- A leading credit-rating agency announced Monday it's downgrading Illinois' credit again.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state could face another credit downgrade if lawmakers decide to expand Medicaid.
CHAMPAIGN -- Busey Bank is teaching teens how to balance their budgets.
SPRINGFIELD -- Credit rating agencies are telling the state, "enough is enough."
SPRINGFIELD -- State Treasurer Dan Rutherford warns the state faces a credit rating downgrade if lawmakers don't fix public pensions.
SPRINGFIELD -- The fact lawmakers did nothing Friday for pension reform has credit agencies taking a closer look at the state.
PAXTON -- A trial date has been set for a woman accused of ripping off a park district.
The sheriff's department in Macon County is investigating a series of crimes involving stolen credit/debit cards.
Police release pictures of a suspect wanted in connection to stolen credit cards.