Police continue to search for shooting suspect
CHAMPAIGN -- Police are still trying to figure out who is responsible for a deadly shooting.
CUMTD thinks green on schedule books
CHAMPAIGN -- CUMTD is thinking green, and they're turning to stickers to help.
Students show off good etiquette
CHAMPAIGN -- Students at Bottenfield Elementary have been learning about good etiquette all year.
Protestors plead with lawmakers to support social services
SPRINGFIELD -- Hundreds of people flooded the state Capitol Thursday.
Victim injured in aggravated battery
SPRINGFIELD -- Police are investigating an aggravated battery.
Defense tries to chip away at brother's credibility, Part 2
PEORIA COUNTY -- Defense attorneys are trying to show a key witness in a major murder trial has trouble with the truth.
Defense tries to chip away at brother's credibility, Part 1
PEORIA COUNTY -- The state's star witness in the murder trial against Christopher Harris faced tough questions in court Thursday.
Local tea party last to get IRS approval
CHAMPAIGN -- A local tea party is making national news.
Man pleads not guilty to bringing BB gun to school
DECATUR -- A teen is in court after police say he brought a BB gun to school.
High school teacher fired
URBANA -- The school board voted unanimously to fire a high school teacher Wednesday night.
"Care Campaign" promotes better pay
SPRINGFIELD -- Advocates for the disabled are pleading with the state to give pay raises to direct support workers.
Bus company shut down
CHAMPAIGN -- The federal government has ordered Illini Tours, Inc., to immediately shut down all operations.
You Paid For It: Cities react to social media findings
SPRINGFIELD -- Russian cheerleaders and fitness videos.
In Perspective: Independence with autism
There's a new housing option in Champaign that lets people living with autism also live with independence.
High school receives award
URBANA -- A high school is being recognized for its efforts to prepare its students for the future.
Broom factory nearly catches fire
ARCOLA -- A broom factory almost caught fire.
Courthouse using taxpayer money more efficiently
URBANA -- The Champaign County court system is getting smarter with taxpayer dollars.
Simon says school mergers could save money
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn is looking at a bill to help public schools save money by merging.
Governor could sign bill allowing teens to vote
SPRINGFIELD -- A bill allowing some 17-year olds to vote is heading to the governor.
Illinois ranks #2 in dog bite claims
ILLINOIS -- Dogs may be man's best friend, but a new study shows some pets in Illinois aren't too friendly.
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