Douglas County Crime Spree Linked to Bizarre Murder in Chicago
Town reacts to developments in investigation as people still try to grasp what happened in Douglas County. Community support pours in for Sheriff Deputy Chief...
Family Sets Up Web Site For Missing Sadorus Woman
Mother of 7 Has Been Missing Since May 21st
Suspects Possibily Linked to Murder
Two men accused of shooting a police officer after holding people hostage inside a bank in Arcola could have more of a troubled past.
Overnight Fire Claimes Lives in West Champaign
Firefighters say three 9-1-1 calls came in shortly before midnight about a neighbor’s home being engulfed in flames.
Murder Possibly Connected to Stand Off
Chicago police are investigating a bizarre stabbing murder that may be linked to a bank hostage-taking incident in Arcola Thursday.
Champaign Fatal Fire
An overnight fire in Champaign has claimed two lives.
People in Arcola are shocked to hear two men behind a dangerous crime spree may be linked to a bizarre murder in Chicago.
Interim State Budget on Horizon
Democrats and Republicans Have An Agreement
Hostage standoff ends just before 7 tonight
Small Town Standoff Ends Peacefully
Suspect in bank standoff in Arcola is in custody after holding hostages for more than seven hours.
Click video icon to see the press conference regarding the Arcola standoff.
Douglas County Hostage Situation & Deputy Shot
A robbery suspect who police say shot a Douglas County Sheriffs Deputy is now held up in a bank in Arcola.
Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Shot
A ROBBERY SUSPECT ALLEGEDLY SHOT A SHERIFF'S DEPUTY WHILE POLICE WERE TRYING TO ARREST HIM.
The Last Hostage Speaks
WCIA 3 speaks with the last hostage in a bank stand off after his release.
WCIAs exclusive interview with family members of Brad Pullen. Hes the last hostage let go from a standoff in Arcola
Charities Feel Power Bill Crunch
At a time when power bills are up and people need the most help, charities say they're not getting enough donations.
Homeless Man Identified
Local Shelter Says They Can't Force People Out of Local Campsite
Mayor Releases Pages from Police Report
Mayor Tim Davlin released three of the 2,300 pages of the Illinois State Police report detailing alleged misconduct in the Springfield Police Department.
Bank Robbery Update
The FBI now says another person may have been involved in a bank robbery in Urbana last Friday.
State workers watching budget battle
Thousands of state workers, including those at the U of I may be in a pinch if state lawmakers don't pass a budget.
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