Champaign County Drug Court Needs More Money
Fire Claims Small Town's Well Known Landmark
Piatt County Trailblazers Club Stood For Over 50 Years Before Being Destroyed Thursday Morning
Dog Fighting Champaign-Urbana
Local animal officials use national attention on brutal sport to fight dog fighting in our area.
State Budget Woes Threaten Public Schools
It's almost time to head back to school for thousands of students in Central Illinois, but stalled budget talks could mean big trouble for some...
New Technology for C-U Firefighters
Trucks now have computers on-board to help firefighters respond faster.
Danville Dans Go To Bat For Breast Cancer
It Was A Sea of Pink At Danville Stadium Wednesday Night
Ameren Customers Could Get Some Help
No Budget, but payback on electric bill could is close to approval
Westville Residents Hope To Flush Sewer Problems
Multi Million Dollar Project Should Take A Month To Complete
Lou Henson fights cancer
Former Illini Coach Lou Henson has a game-plan for success to beat his biggest opponent: cancer.
Decatur Dominates in Running for Reality Show
Decatur could soon be home to a new reality show. Nickelodeon made its second stop in town to find students for its teen...
Fixing Champaign's Old Viaducts
Some of The City's Overpasses Are Over 100 Years Old
Code Red at Douglas County Jail
Man accused of killing a Sheriff's Deputy punches another officer in jail.
District 186 Superintendent Makes House Calls
One Parent Concerned with School Bullying at Enos Elementary
The phone is ringing off the hook at doctor offices in Vermilion County. Parents are worried about two meningitis cases in 10 days. ...
Cut the Corn Campaign
A new campaign is asking farmers to cut their corn to keep drivers safe. Macon County rural mail carriers are heading it up. They say some...
Blue Mound Business Burns
A brother and sister are sifting through what's left of their fifty year old business after a fire. Bekenmar...
Things are back to normal at the Champaign County courthouse after a strange threat put the building on alert.
Riders Don't Think New Bus Rate Hike Is "Fare"
New C.U.M.T.D. Rates Will Go In Effect August 12th
Atwood Pranksters and vandals
Pranksters in part of Douglas County are keeping neighbors up at all hours of the night.
Silent Protest During Budget Overtime
Eight Days Left Until Temporary Budget Expires and No Deal Yet
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