State says more jobs in Central Illinois
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Good news for job seekers in Central Illinois.
Lawmaker support of concealed-carry may meet governor resistance
SPRINGFIELD -- One state leader is changing his stance on concealed-carry.
Hope for Holley
RANTOUL -- A teen was diagnosed with cancer for the second time.
Hometown Hero has lifetime of knowledge
DANVILLE -- Even though he didn't graduate high school, you could never call this student a dropout.
Cash for courthouse is a "no go"
URBANA -- The Champaign County Courthouse is getting some work done, but it comes at a price.
Giant sale is pet's best friend!
URBANA -- Hundreds of people started out bright and early to get first dibs at a giant garage sale.
Autopsy results for man killed in police shootout
BLOOMINGTON -- McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling has ruled the manner of death for Stephen Bethea as homicide.
24 sets of twins in one school's 5th grade class!
CHICAGO -- An Illinois school could land in the record books for having 24-sets of twins in one grade.
Police investigate dead dogs
DANVERS -- Police don't usually investigate dog deaths, but one case in McLean County has officials looking for answers.
Unlicensed driver flees from police
MATTOON -- A man faces charges after being chased by police.
Bank robber convicted
CHAMPAIGN -- A man was convicted of robbing two banks last year.
Senate approves driver hand-held cell phone ban
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Senate narrowly approved a bill banning hand-held cellphones behind the wheel.
Strange odor causes school evacuation
PONTIAC -- A suspected gas leak caused a school to be evacuated Thursday.
It Takes a Village looks to expand
MAHOMET -- A non-profit group in Central Illinois is trying to expand, but could use a helping hand from the community.
School age requirement debate
ILLINOIS -- A new bill could force you to send your kids to school at an earlier age.
Oklahoma victim fund scam
ILLINOIS -- People have been trying to help victims of the Oklahoma tornado as much as they can, but there's one plea for help you...
Boy Scouts to allow openly gay members
DALLAS -- After months of deliberation, leaders of the Boy Scouts of America made a historic decision.
UI Quad is home to farm stand
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI's farm stand is back open for business.
MTD looks to expand routes, service & schedule
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Changes could be in store for bus riders including new routes in the fall.
State ties together threads of mass murder, Part 2
PEORIA COUNTY -- The state is wrapping up its case against Christopher Harris for the murder of five people in Beason in 2009.
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