NATIONAL -- Women who work in Illinois are faring better than most when it comes to jobs and wages.
CHAMPAIGN -- Policing tends to be a male-dominated profession, but a group of women is trying to change that.
ILLINOIS -- A new law could change fair wages for women.
Update: 4:07 pm, 8/18/14, Monday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- An area project to inspire young girls is getting a big push.
CHAMPAIGN -- This weekend, the city will host an inaugural event, "Investing in Women."
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI Police Department teamed up with students to raise awareness about sexual assault.
CHAMPAIGN -- Homeless shelters are available for both men and women in Central Illinois, but this time of year there's an increase in people who need their services.
CHAMPAIGN -- Women who are struggling now have a new place to turn.
SPRINGFIELD -- Women and minorities could have a leg up in the business world.
CHAMPAIGN -- It was a big year for women in the military and today dozens got together to celebrate.
CHAMPAIGN -- Cathy Garner and her daughters are planning for something she's always wanted but never had.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state is working on ways to help businesses grow, but that can't happen without input first.
CHAMPAIGN -- New grant money will help women who are homeless or victims of domestic abuse.
URBANA -- Dozens went back in time to re-enact an historic moment in our country's history.
CHAMPAIGN -- People are Going Red and getting healthy.
CHAMPAIGN -- One group is giving women in need a place to call home.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- State funding cuts are making it harder for women in need to get preventative care. One Champaign County health care worker said they've been putting women on a waiting list since Thanksgiving.
CHAMPAIGN -- A mother of two is going through an emotional recovery.
CHAMPAIGN -- A new home opened for women struggling with substance abuse.