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As Illinois lawmakers continue their budget standoff, college students who rely on the state's Monetary Assistance Program, or MAP, are left in limbo.

A campaign to change how Illinois draws its political maps is more than a third of its way to its goal. 

The American Red Cross says it's making it easier for people to donate blood, by giving you the chance to do some of the prep work ahead of time. 

Southern Illinois University Carbondale and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System have reached a special agreement.

Legislation signed this week by Governor Bruce Rauner would provide up to four years of college for people who have served time in an Illinois prison due to a wrongful conviction.

How do insurance companies figure out what to charge you?

A two-year long Consumer Reports investigation analyzed more than two billion car insurance price quotes.

Southern Illinois University Carbondale is moving to sign contracts with hundreds of non-tenure track faculty members who've been in limbo for months because of the state's budget crisis.

A southern Illinois senior center is becoming a victim of the budget stalemate, at least temporarily.

As of Friday, the senior center in Chester is being forced to close until a new budget deal is approved.

There's a new tool to compare electricity rates between alternative and major suppliers in Illinois.

Seatbelt usage in Illinois has hit an all-time high.

A little more than 95 percent of Illinois drivers and front seat passengers are wearing their safety belt...up from 94 percent last year.

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