ILLINOIS - Big bucks are being thrown around in the governor's race breaking records, and a lot of that money is flowing down into other campaigns across the state.
ILLINOIS -- More action in the IDOT scandal. 58 employees were supposed to be laid off because of questionable hiring practices.
ILLINOIS -- After more than a year of waiting, rules for the controversial gas drilling, known as fracking, are out.
Update: 6:03 pm, 8/29/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- Good news for state retirees when it comes to their money.
ILLINOIS -- Lawmakers want to keep electronic cigarettes out of the wrong hands.
ILLINOIS -- A new law could change fair wages for women.
ILLINOIS -- For decades, tens of thousands of veterans have lived on the streets, but those numbers are actually decreasing.
ILLINOIS -- Cyber crime is one of the fastest growing threats in the United States and experts say few people are ready to deal with it.
ILLINOIS -- A senior official in Governor Quinn's administration is out after facing scrutiny from the IDOT scandal.
ILLINOIS -- Laid off IDOT workers are fighting to get their jobs back.
Update: 10:12 pm ILLINOIS -- Prescriptions for high-power narcotic painkillers have doubled in the last decade, but a new study shows the same painkillers could themselves, be a threat.
ILLINOIS -- It will be easier for doctors to share information about their patients' care.
ILLINOIS -- More wild guests are turning up in Illinois and with that comes new rules for protecting people and the four-legged guests.
ILLINOIS -- Ameren Illinois is overhauling its natural gas service in Central Illinois. It launched a ten-year, $400 million project in Chatham.
ILLINOIS -- First time DUI offenders could get a chance to keep their driver's license.
ILLINOIS -- With 95% of Illinois' land area in private ownership, finding a place to hunt, fish or enjoy nature has been a growing challenge.
ILLINOIS -- A look at year-to-year tuition and fee increases at colleges and universities in the state.
ILLINOIS -- If you disobey the law, you're in trouble. But, how about state agencies?
ILLINOIS -- Elder abuse is more common than you think. A new law though, will make it easier for seniors to fight back.
SPRINGFIELD -- Police departments are using more than just squad cars and guns in the fight against crime. Now, many are stepping up their game and going military.
ILLINOIS -- The state's debt from backlogged bills has fallen once again.
ILLINOIS -- Medicaid reimbursements in our state are causing a problem for the federal government.
Update: 5:08 pm, 8/20/14, Wednesday ILLINOIS -- The battle to get term limits on the November ballot could be over.
Latest: 6:03 pm, 8/20/14, Wednesday CHAMPAIGN -- People are tired of waiting for the train, especially the one rolling through town.
ILLINOIS -- Chances are, when you want to see a doctor, you might be treated by someone else.
ILLINOIS -- The state is getting involved when it comes to protecting student athletes from concussions.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- By the end of this year, tens of thousands of military service members will be heading home from overseas.
ILLINOIS -- The first human case of West Nile virus is confirmed in the state.
ILLINOIS -- Voting Democrat or Republican are your typical options in an election, but dozens of candidates from lesser-known 'third parties' apply to be on the ballot every year.
SPRINGFIELD -- When it comes to driving, being drunk could land you in jail. But sometimes, that doesn't stop people from drinking and driving.
SPRINGFIELD -- A new law is giving some people a second chance at reaching their goals.
ILLINOIS -- Numbers for the company which runs the state's lottery aren't a match.
ILLINOIS -- Whether it's a poll by Politico, the Rothenberg Report or Crains, when you want to know who will be the next governor of Illinois, you might want to consider looking at the polls.
ILLINOIS -- After much discussion and controversy, smoking on state campuses is now officially banned.
ILLINOIS -- A new report shows many people born in Illinois, aren't staying here.
SPRINGFIELD -- Each year the State Fair Museum selects eight winners as Illinoisans of the Day.
ILLINOIS -- More people were working in the state last month than in the past six years. It's because more than 11,000 jobs were added.
ILLINOIS -- The semi-truck driver, charged with killing an Urbana family, has pleaded not guilty.
LECLAIRE, IA -- Anytime Illinois beats Iowa, it's a good day! Even when it's in tug of war.
Update: 10:11 pm ILLINOIS -- Guess who placed the winning bid on a champion steer at the State Fair?
SPRINGFIELD -- The State Fair is finally seeing some sunshine after five straight days of rainy weather.
Latest: 10:07 pm SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois State Fair celebrated "service" Monday. It honored Boys and Girl Scouts as part of Scouting Day.
SPRINGFIELD -- A new law will allow Illinois drivers to keep their licenses if they receive a ticket. It's being coined "Sign and Drive."
ILLINOIS -- The application process for medical marijuana is getting underway.
SPRINGFIELD -- Children of military members who've died will be able to apply for gold star license plates.
Update: 5:10 pm, 8/11/14, Monday CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- School starts in just a few weeks, but before it does, a sexual advocacy group wants to teach kids and their parents about personal safety.
ILLINOIS -- Illinois-based Walgreens will keep its headquarters on U.S. soil. The $16 billion buyout ends months of speculation of a move overseas.
Update: 10:06 pm ILLINOIS -- There could be more trains making their way through Champaign.
Latest: 10:05 pm, 8/8/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- Earlier this week, Illinois lost one of its greats, Gene Callahan.
ILLINOIS -- Community colleges throughout the state could soon offer something new.