Update: 4:00 pm, 4/30/14, Wednesday SPRINGFIELD -- Area high school students paid a visit to the State Capitol Wednesday.
Update: 10:07 pm, 4/25/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- Political hiring is still happening in the state.
Farmers and Landownder are getting a chance to improve the water quality in Central Illinois.
ILLINOIS -- Politicians in the state have a lot of work to do to gain the trust of residents.
CHAMPAIGN -- Bruce Rauner made a campaign visit.
SPRINGFIELD -- Voters who don't want to wait until the March 18 primary don't have to.
SPRINGFIELD -- A new report shows county governments in the area are having trouble with website transparency.
NATIONAL -- The partial government shutdown is causing a ripple effect that's being felt from coast to coast.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The government is shutdown for the fifth day. Congress is having a tough time reaching an agreement while thousands are out of work.
CHAMPAIGN -- Unit 4 schools are feeling the affects of the federal government shutdown.
SPRINGFIELD -- The government shutdown could also change your travel plans.
SPRINGFIELD -- Thousands of federal workers stayed home Tuesday without pay.
SPRINGFIELD -- The country could be just days away from a federal government shutdown.
SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois is at the bottom of the barrel for a lot of state rankings, but a new report has the state at the top of the list for something else.
SPRINGFIELD -- U.S. Senator Dick Durbin is weighing in on the latest national debate: should the government ban assault weapons.
DECATUR -- If you're looking for a job, Richland Community College can help.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers say it's time to shine a light on government spending in Illinois.
Governor Quinn is struggling to show voters he's the man to put Illinois back on track.
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk has apparently been hospitalized after suffering a stroke.