Head-on car crash
PIATT COUNTY -- Two people were taken to the hospital after a head-on collision.
Race fans rewarded!
MACON -- Hundreds came out to Macon Speedway to see some big names in NASCAR.
Quad becomes open-air theater
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Dozens of people were on the quad Thursday night, but they weren't heading to class.
City losing more jobs
DECATUR -- A state jobs report has some dim news for workers.
Abandoned base could have new purpose
RANTOUL -- City leaders are finding something to do with the former Chanute Air Force Base.
Group backs Davis
ILLINOIS -- A group of downstate republicans announced its support for Congressman Rodney Davis this week.
Dog only casuality in house fire
FISHER -- A man gets the news at work that his house is on fire.
Residents riding MTD more than ever
CHAMPAIGN -- The MTD is reporting a record number of riders for the month of April.
Mayor seeks new judge in court case
CHAMPAIGN -- Mayor Don Gerard is looking to change the dynamics of his court case with ex-girlfriend Laura Huth.
Pension war comes down to two plans
SPRINGFIELD -- State leaders are set to meet Friday to try to reach a deal on pension reform before the Illinois General Assembly returns to...
Our Town home to Monster Jam driver
PAXTON -- He's known worldwide for driving trucks weighing more than 10,000 pounds!
Transition begins after previous bank sale
COLES COUNTY -- Bank of America is closing its branches in Mattoon and Charleston.
Sheriff wants to house inmates at closed facility
DWIGHT -- The man with a plan to house inmates at the state's vacant correctional center says he's gaining momentum.
15% of teens suffering sexual abuse in custody
SPRINGFIELD -- A new report finds major problems in the state's youth prisons.
Man accused of eating & not paying
MATTOON -- A man faces charges for skipping out on the tab.
Some lawmakers look to lower college costs
SPRINGFIELD -- A group of lawmakers is trying to make it easier for kids to go to college in Illinois.
Simon pushes transparency bill
SPRINGFIELD -- The state is one step closer to a piece of ethics reform.
Parkland expanding Fine Arts department
CHAMPAIGN -- Parkland College has seen a jump in the number of Fine Arts students.
Just how anonymous IS Crime Stoppers?
CHAMPAIGN -- Shootings became commonplace in the city the past few days.
Our Town business is "on fire!"
PAXTON -- It started out as a hobby, but then he got so good at it, he even had the President on his line.
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