Students graduate without Alma Mater
URBANA -- UI students started a new chapter Sunday, but something was missing.
Struggling moms get holiday surprise
CHAMPAIGN -- Moms who usually have to go without, got a special holiday surprise.
National Stamp Out Hunger Day
DANVILLE -- Post offices all over the country were busy collecting mail as well as food Saturday.
Owner explains his decision to keep restaurant closed
CLINTON -- A fire destroyed a family favorite, now its owner is explaining his decision to keep it closed.
Expired baby formula sold on store shelves
DANVILLE -- Similac's website says to never feed a baby expired formula.
Time running out for lawmakers to take action
SPRINGFIELD -- Over the past week, the major focus at the Capitol has been pension reform.
High school club focused on giving back
TOLONO -- Students at Unity High School are giving back to the community.
Campus clearing out
CHAMPAIGN -- Students are packing up and shipping out.
Weather delays construction on new pool
URBANA -- Your fun in the sun is getting delayed because of the weather.
Trip to DC looks to grow city's economy & improve transportation
CHAMPAIGN -- The mayor is asking lawmakers for help to grow the city's economy and bring more people to town.
Web extra: Rapping principal
WEB EXTRA -- Champaign principal raps for students after they reach fitness goal.
Principal makes good on rapping promise
CHAMPAIGN -- If you think your kid's teacher is cool, just wait until you see what one principal did Friday.
Courts reminded to alert state police to mental health issues
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Supreme Court's Chief Justice is reminding judges to report any cases of mental illness.
High schoolers "geared" for car competition
CHAMPAIGN -- High school "gear heads" are getting some hands-on experience.
UI student arrested for battery & stalking
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- A UI student was arrested for battery and stalking.
5th graders take technology to motivational level
GIBSON CITY -- Producing, shooting and editing are things we do here everyday at WCIA-3 News.
Special prom highlights "Hope Institute"
SPRINGFIELD -- It was a day of fun at the Hope Institute.
Building demo'd to make room for new restaurant
CHAMPAIGN -- The former location of a Mexican restaurant is no more.
Quinn pushing for pension solution
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn is pushing for lawmakers to act on pension reform.
Prosecutors present hard evidence on Day 3 of trial, Part 2
PEORIA COUNTY -- Friday, the jury got its first look at what prosecutors say is hard evidence in the mass murder case against Christopher Harris.
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