NATIONAL -- Tuesday is a good day to give into your sweet-tooth.
NATIONAL -- American troops in the Middle East are on the move.
NATIONAL -- Inflation affects everything, including the cost of food you eat everyday.
CHICAGO -- If you're heading to the Windy City and plan on taking the CTA, get ready for some changes.
ILLINOIS -- A major Central Illinois food producer is getting state recognition for its success in exporting.
NATIONAL -- It wasn't the best day to get a glimpse of the partial eclipse, but it doesn't mean it wasn't there.
NATIONAL -- Millions of cars have been recalled because of possible defective airbags.
NATIONAL -- The federal government has good news for people getting Social Security.
ILLINOIS -- With more cases of Ebola popping up in the U.S., medical staff in Central Illinois are on guard.
NATIONAL -- Hospitals all over the country are facing fines. The reason? Patients are coming back after being discharged.
ILLINOIS -- Millions are worried about an Ebola outbreak.
Update: 5:11 pm, 10/9/14, Thursday NATIONAL -- The hackers who stole customer information from JP Morgan Chase reportedly tried to hit at least twelve other financial giants.
NATIONAL -- Some AT&T Mobile customers could be getting money back.
NATIONAL -- A biotech company, in Iowa, is closing in on human trials of an Ebola vaccine.
CHAMPAIGN -- A t-shirt could save countless firefighters' lives.
NATIONAL -- An Illinois man is charged with trying to help ISIS.
NATIONAL -- A city in our area is getting top notch recognition from Google.
NATIONAL -- This is National Fire Prevention Week. Thousands of lives are lost to fires every year.
NATIONAL -- When it comes to donating to charity, poor and middle-class Americans are giving larger shares of their incomes while the wealthiest are cutting back.
NATIONAL -- The federal government will spend $2 million on better school security.
Latest: 3:37 pm, 9/25/14, Thursday ILLINOIS -- The Attorney General is looking into the Jimmy John's security breach.
NATIONAL -- Senator Dick Durbin talked about his opinion on the U.S. airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.
CHAMPAIGN -- An area high school is a candidate for top honors.
ILLINOIS -- Spanking is legal in the state, but when does it become excessive?
NATIONAL -- The Red Cross is warning about germs. With school less than a month in, diseases like entrovirus D-68 are being passed around.
Update: 5:07 pm, 9/12/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- If you're thinking of having a baby, costs in the state are some of the highest in the country.
NATIONAL -- The president announced Wednesday night, he's sending more troops back to Iraq.
NATIONAL -- It's not just recent grads who are struggling to pay off college debt.
NATIONAL -- Facebook is now one of the most valuable corporations in the world.
NATIONAL -- Apple is out with two new iPhones; an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+.
NATIONAL -- A dress code change is coming to Walmart workers.
NATIONAL -- If you haven't told your grandparents you love them, Sunday would be a good time.
NATIONAL -- The number of jobs in the U.S. is growing, but at a slow pace.
NATIONAL -- The FDA has approved a new drug for patients with advanced melanoma.
NATIONAL -- Trick-or-treaters can buy their Halloween costumes extra early this year.
NATIONAL -- Facebook has a new auto-play video feature, but it could be sending your data usage over the limit.
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.
NATIONAL -- The struggle to get kids to eat their veggies is timeless, but the battle may be easier at school.
NATIONAL -- Women who work in Illinois are faring better than most when it comes to jobs and wages.
NATIONAL -- The number of families in the U.S. who don't have enough food is unchanged from last year, despite a declining unemployment rate.
NATIONAL -- Ebola continues to raise health concerns, including in Illinois.
NATIONAL -- CVS Pharmacy says it's time to start living up to its name.
NATIONAL -- Kraft Foods is recalling more than 7,000 cases of Kraft American Singles.
Update: 5:38 pm, 8/31/14, Sunday NATIONAL -- A new study shows kids are not getting enough sleep.
NATIONAL -- The government is being impersonated and it's costing people a lot of money.
NATIONAL -- The Centers for Disease Control suggest children ages 2 - 8 should be getting the nasal flu vaccine rather than a shot.
NATIONAL -- Drivers have something to celebrate this Labor Day weekend. Gasoline prices will be at their lowest levels since 2010.
NATIONAL -- iPad technology is helping kids with autism learn to communicate.
Update: 4:07 pm, 8/18/14, Monday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- An area project to inspire young girls is getting a big push.
NATIONAL -- Scientists are getting closer to a cure for a mosquito virus spreading around the country.