ILLINOIS -- Teenage pregnancy rates are down in the state, but costs associated with them remain high and You Paid for It.
SPRINGFIELD -- Here at WCIA-3, when we Dig Deeper into issues for you, we often have to file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
SPRINGFIELD -- More information is coming out about reimbursements for DNR administrators.
SPRINGFIELD -- We've all heard about the state's financial woes; $7 billion in unpaid bills, $100 billion owed to the pension system. That's why a new renovation at the Capitol is getting some attention.
SPRINGFIELD -- How do more than 200 computers go missing? It's a question state officials still can't answer.
SPRINGFIELD -- Russian cheerleaders and fitness videos.
SPRINGFIELD -- YouTube, Facebook, Twitter. They can be great tools to keep us connected.
SPRINGFIELD -- When you think of an internship, it probably doesn't come with a paycheck.
SPRINGFIELD -- New numbers from the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services show a lot of people on the Medicaid rolls may not be qualified.
SPRINGFIELD -- Almost half the state's budget goes to grants.
SPRINGFIELD -- If you play the lottery, you probably feel comfortable spending a few bucks knowing, even if you lose, you're helping schools.
SPRINGFIELD -- Three years after a state-funded not-for-profit dissolved, there are still questions about the group's finances.
DECATUR -- A business owner says he feels cheated because of a deal cut by the city and ADM.
SPRINGFIELD -- State agencies are defending their buying habits when it comes to office furniture.
SPRINGFIELD -- During the last two fiscal years, state agencies and departments spent more than $6 million on new office furniture and equipment.
CHAMPAIGN -- When Arthur Culver was superintendent of Unit 4 Schools, he got a perk many other school leaders don't.
SPRINGFIELD -- When you think of county officials, you probably think they're paid by the county.
SPRINGFIELD - As lawmakers get ready to reform the state's pension system, they'll be working on their own retirement plans as well.
SPRINGFIELD - Gov. Pat Quinn spent 68 days in Springfield between March 2011 and March 2012, according to an analysis of his personal schedule by WCIA 3.
Steve Staeger sits down with former Gov. Jim Edgar to discuss what life is like in the Illinois Executive Mansion.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state of Illinois owns a lot of stuff.
SPRINGFIELD -- Rod Blagojevich may be released from prison long before the state of Illinois pays for some of the programs he instituted as governor, a new report found.
SPRINGFIELD -- A WCIA 3 investigation finds lights on in state buildings long after work hours.
SPRINGFIELD -- A state representative will call for an audit of the state's Link Card program Thursday in a formal resolution citing a WCIA 3 investigation.