Just like with dating in general, online dating can be risky.
ILLINOIS -- Amazon means business in Illinois.
ILLINOIS -- It will be easier for students from other states to get credit for online classes through Illinois' schools.
ILLINOIS -- It's better than going to a pawn shop or garage sale.
ILLINOIS -- Starting Wednesday, voters are able to register online.
ILLINOIS -- There's good news for the unemployed. More jobs are being created.
ILLINOIS -- Looking for a workout for your kids this summer? We may have just the thing for you.
SPRINGFIELD -- If you're searching for work, the state says, "look harder, there are jobs out there."
ILLINOIS -- The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is reaching out to residents for feedback about some of the state's top visitor sites.
NATIONAL -- You can now download previous years' tax returns from the internet.
ILLINOIS -- It seems like every year we tell you the same story.
ILLINOIS -- More people in the state are signing up for health insurance under the new healthcare law.
Instead of hitting the stores, more people are surfing the web for steals this holiday season.
SPRINGFIELD -- The White House is finally releasing figures of how many people signed up for healthcare reform.
NATIONAL -- The House Oversight Committee made it clear the President's healthcare system wasn't ready to launch.
SPRINGFIELD -- Thousands of people who work in Illinois' horse racing industry say they're worried they won't have jobs next year.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- The county made just about $500 more than it spend in 2012.
ILLINOIS -- The nation's healthcare website is undergoing major repairs.
PEORIA -- An area woman was one of the first in the state to sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
SPRINGFIELD -- People shopping for health insurance online should be wary of scam artists.
Latest: 10:08 pm ILLINOIS -- In the midst of the government shutdown, the state launched its new Health Insurance Marketplace, GetCoveredIllinois.gov.
SPRINGFIELD -- The fight to stop bullying continues and some schools in the state are adopting a new way for parents and students to report it.
SPRINGFIELD -- Historical documents tied to Abraham Lincoln will be kept safe thank to grant funding.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI's student-run newspaper is dealing with real world changes.
CBS -- You might not know taking pictures on your smartphone could put your kids at risk.
CHAMPAIGN -- School District Unit 4 is reaching out via Twitter.
SPRINGFIELD -- One of the country's oldest traditions is getting a 21st century upgrade.
ILLINOIS -- You can now register to vote online. A new law revised the Illinois Election Code.
SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois' Attorney General is challenging health information websites over growing privacy concerns involving the collection of information.
RANTOUL -- An attraction in Central Illinois could be the next unofficial 8th Wonder of the World.
SPRINGFIELD -- Online shoppers could see some changes if congress decides to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act.
SPRINGFIELD-- A website that auctions off state property crashed over the weekend and now crews are working to fix it.
CHAMPAIGN -- Unit 4 School District cooked up something both parents and students will enjoy.
CHICAGO -- A Cook County circuit judge strikes down Governor Quinn's "Amazon Tax" law.
CHAMPAIGN-- Passes are sold out for Ebertfest 2012 but you can still take part in the action.
DECATUR -- A Central Illinois animal shelter is competing for a national title, and it needs your help.
RANTOUL -- Driving around to garage sales is a thing of the past.
You can now pay your library fees without leaving home.
The idea of online lottery isn't sitting well with business owners.
Some police departments are turning to the web to solve crimes and it's proving to be a success.
Medical records for patients of Carle Foundation Hospital and Physician's Group in Urbana will soon be available online.
Online dating services in Illinois may have to start posting whether clients are subjected to background checks.
A graphic designer for the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana, spoke about her work.