SPRINGFIELD -- The state could ramp up roadway safety efforts thanks to nearly $3 million in federal grant funding.
CHAMPAIGN -- A new state law will save some drivers money.
CHAMPAIGN -- Teachers around the state are watching the pension debates closely.
ILLINOIS -- The governor is requesting federal aid for areas affected by tornadoes.
Update: 10:04 pm, 11/25/13, Monday GIFFORD -- Many storm victims not only lost their homes, but their identities as well.
CHAMPAIGN -- Dozens of retirees, hoping for help, were turned away instead.
JACKSONVILLE -- What's old could be made new again if some Illinois' lawmakers get their way.
BELLEVILLE -- Classes are filling up fast for people who want the right to carry and conceal.
DECATUR -- Illinois' financial problems are adding to homelessness in the state.
ILLINOIS -- A state worker is out of a job. An internal investigation found her double-dipping.
SPRINGFIELD -- Some good financial news for Illinois.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- School leaders are getting ready to talk tuition.
SPRINGFIELD -- Report cards for state schools came out this week.
CHARLESTON -- Two firefighters from the same department are considered some of the best-trained in the state.
SPRINGFIELD -- The State Comptroller says lawmakers will have to approve the governor's request for extra money.
SPRINGFIELD -- Angered by Governor Pat Quinn's move to strip lawmakers of their pay, a state representative has filed a bill to cut the governor's office budget.
DANVILLE -- Mayor Eisenhauer is fighting to keep some state jobs in the city.
SPRINGFIELD -- Even though lawmakers raised the country's debt ceiling in time, our state's top financial advisers say they're still keeping a close eye on U.S. finances.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers in Washington, D.C., have just hours left to raise the national debt ceiling before a default.
SPRINGFIELD -- Some lawmakers on the state's special pension committee are floating a new idea to fill the $100 billion funding gap.
Update: 10:08 pm SPRINGFIELD -- Construction is set to start this week on the final phase of the state's high-speed rail project.
SPRINGFIELD -- More than 20 state workers are back on the job.
SPRINGFIELD -- It was supposed to be an opportunity for veterans to cash in on state business, but two years down the road, a state program doesn't seem to be producing many results.
SPRINGFIELD -- It seems Governor Quinn likes a new plan to solve the state's pension crisis.
Latest: 10:08 pm URBANA -- Thousands of people in Central Illinois will soon be looking for new doctors.
SPRINGFIELD -- It's been two years since the end of "Don't Ask - Don't Tell."
SPRINGFIELD -- The safety of bridges in the state is coming under question.
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn says there's good news on the job front in the state.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state of Illinois spent $135 million on emergency contracts, some of which may be the result of poor planning, experts say.
SPRINGFIELD -- People buy minimum car insurance to save money, but the cost of that insurance could go up.
ILLINOIS -- The federal government is offering millions of dollars to emergency management agencies throughout the state.
ILLINOIS -- Benefits would be nice, but many people in the state, just want a job.
SPRINGFIELD -- A new bill will protect people in the military.
Update: 2:46 pm, 8/15/13, Thursday ILLINOIS -- Earlier this week, the state passed a new law regarding sex education in schools.
SPRINGFIELD -- If you use video gaming machines, you know the odds aren't always in your favor.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Five area counties are getting thousands of dollars in housing rehabilitation grants.
ILLINOIS -- Another lottery jackpot is climbing into the record books.
ILLINOIS -- You can now register to vote online. A new law revised the Illinois Election Code.
LIVINGSTON COUNTY -- A tour of a former prison could be the first step toward reopening it.
SPRINGFIELD -- You could call it the first bombshell in the race for governor.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state's getting some extra cash thanks to a lawsuit settlement.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state could face another credit downgrade if lawmakers decide to expand Medicaid.
HAMMOND -- A man says he's living paycheck to paycheck because the state owes him thousands of dollars but he doesn't know when or if he'll get paid.
CHAMPAIGN -- A bill to protect people's insurance coverage is making moves and it all started with our late meteorologist Robert Reese.
SPRINGFIELD -- Time is running out for lawmakers to strike a deal on concealed-carry.
SPRINGFIELD -- One lawmaker is working to make kindergarten a requirement for all kids in Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD -- State police are asking for more money from the state.
SPRINGFIELD -- One state department says under-staffing is hurting people who need the most help.
SPRINGFIELD -- A new report finds the number of kids with autism is on the rise.