ILLINOIS -- A new plan to expand gambling could be a hard sell for downstate.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers are moving forward to create an exclusion list of people for the Illinois Gaming Board.
ILLINOIS -- The Illinois horse racing industry is one step closer to saving next year's season.
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Gaming Board decided Thursday not to allow casinos in the state to remain open for 24 hours.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers are discussing gambling again.
SPRINGFIELD -- State lawmakers will take another look at opening more casinos.
SPRINGFIELD -- The debate continues over whether Illinois casinos should be open around-the-clock.
SPRINGFIELD -- You've probably noticed a lot more video gaming machines in your favorite bars and restaurants lately. Some are open 24-hours a day.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state is cracking down on deadbeat parents.
SPRINGFIELD -- If you use video gaming machines, you know the odds aren't always in your favor.
ILLINOIS -- At least two people in the state became millionaires overnight.
JACKSONVILLE -- Someone could be $425 million richer with Wednesday night's Powerball Jackpot up for grabs.
ILLINOIS -- Another lottery jackpot is climbing into the record books.
SPRINGFIELD -- With a little more than 24-hours left in session, lawmakers may be making some progress.
Update: 5:02 pm, 5/29/13, Wednesday
SPRINGFIELD -- An effort to bring five new casinos to Illinois seems to be sputtering.
SPRINGFIELD -- The gambling bill cleared another hurdle Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers hope a major change to a statewide gaming proposal gives it new life.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers want to bring more casinos to the state, but the Illinois Gaming Board says not so fast.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers are taking another gamble on the gaming bill.
CHAMPAIGN -- March Madness is here and so are those office pools and brackets.
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn is making good on a promise about a controversial gambling bill.
KANKAKEE -- A man convicted of money laundering through his illegal gambling business will spend a year behind bars.
STRASBURG -- If you want to gamble, you don't have to go too far.
Update: 5:54 pm
SPRINGFIELD -- Danville may be back to square one in its push to get a casino.
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn vetoed the gambling expansion bill Tuesday.
DECATUR -- Dozens of businesses are applying for video gaming licenses.
DANVILLE -- A local restaurant can boost its business thanks to a new ordinance.
FISHER -- The AMVETS Post in town wants to add video-gaming machines, but the village's mayor isn't letting that happen.
DECATUR -- The city council approved an update to the city's gaming ordinance.
DANVILLE- Casinos could be in Central Illinois' near future. The bill is sitting on the Governor's desk. People in Danville are hoping Quinn signs on the dotted line.
SPRINGFIELD -- Judy Baar Topinka is weighing in on Governor Quinn's proposal to raise the cigarette tax in Illinois, she supports it, but with a few strings attached.
CHAMPAIGN--You'll now be able to gamble at city bars. The city council voted to change it's gambling law Tuesday. It's trying get it in line with state gambling rules.
SPRINGFIELD -- You could be rolling the dice in Illinois sooner than you think.
Two men face charges for allegedly running a poker game that was raided by police in west Champaign about a month ago.
Lottery officials say the recent $336 million Powerball jackpot was responsible for raising $14.5 million for state schools and infrastructure.