Update: 10:09 pm ILLINOIS -- The state loses millions when teachers leave the job early and a program designed to help keep teachers on board has been eliminated in most districts.
MACON COUNTY -- A lack of money is a problem for a lot of schools and students are dealing with the sacrifices being made.
ILLINOIS -- More than 200 state schools will have access to more fresh fruit and vegetables this year.
ILLINOIS -- The state may not release the names of companies seeking to grow and sell medical marijuana.
ILLINOIS -- For the first time, parents heard from the state superintendent live, without leaving their living rooms.
ILLINOIS -- Farmers say a proposed federal regulation could strangle their livelihoods.
ILLINOIS -- Years of ignoring the pension problem has put Illinois at the bottom of the list.
ILLINOIS -- A camera could help catch those who abuse the most vulnerable.
ILLINOIS -- When you go to the hospital, you hope to come out cured, but that doesn't always happen.
ILLINOIS -- Farmers are feeling pretty good about one of their trickiest crops.
ILLINOIS -- The election is coming up. Thousands have already taken advantage of a new law to get them out to vote.
ILLINOIS -- Should candidates be ashamed of their bank account balances? Both candidates for governor are downplaying how much they make.
ILLINOIS -- Farmers expect one of the best crops they've had in five years.
ILLINOIS -- Many feared good jobs would be downsized because companies are required to provide insurance under the new healthcare law. But a new report says those fears are overblown.
ILLINOIS -- The Illinois National Guard has to push back training for units across the state since it's run out of money to pay soldiers.
ILLINOIS -- There's a new push to help students afford college. It could help them live debt-free while they're in school.
ILLINOIS -- Law enforcement agencies are feeling the pressure of new rules.
ILLINOIS -- The state wants to protect the most vulnerable from unplanned pregnancies.
NATIONAL -- Women who work in Illinois are faring better than most when it comes to jobs and wages.
ILLINOIS -- Six counties have been declared disaster areas.
ILLINOIS -- Grocery shoppers typically look for quality and price when making decisions, but a new app is designed to help politically-motivated shoppers avoid a different type of problem.
ILLINOIS -- Earlier, we learned the newborn found in a dumpster in Jacksonville is doing okay.
ILLINOIS -- A program to enroll low-income children in health insurance continues to struggle.
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.