Vandals broke the peaceful silence of a Vermilion County cemetery just north of Danville. More than 60 headstones were knocked down, gates kicked in...
Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are desperately needed to be big brothers and sisters for some local kids. In Decatur at least 73 kids are without a mentor.
A new state-wide program is making sure kids are wearing seat belts. Its asking everyone to step up and call...
U of I Student Trapped In Elevator...Parents Say Landlord Could Have Done More
Parents And Student Said They Warned Apartment Complex About Problems Many Times Before
Willard Hopes to Spread Wings
Willard Airport hopes to spread its wings to new destinations in an effort to get more people in the seats.
Chatham Police Investigate Two Abandoned Fetuses
Sangamon County Coroner says Fetuses Could Up to Ten Years Old
Allhands in Court to Face Murder Charges in Verm. Co.
The man accused of shaking his ex-girlfriend's baby to death went before the judge today
2nd Case of Bacterial Meningitis in Verm. Co.
Health officials in Vermilion County now say they'll likely never know if two cases of bacterial meningitis are related.
Decatur Fliers to O'Hare?
Decatur fliers could take a different route to the windy city. The airport there may add service between Decatur...
Deputy's Body Returns Home
Dozens Show Up To Great Their Hometown Hero
Lake Springfield Beach Closed Indefinitely
CWLP says Lifeguards are too Emotional to Return to Work
Cheering for a Cause
Young Cheerleaders in Champaign-Urbana need your help to make their dreams come true.
Arrest in Reagan's murder
Arrest in Reagans murder
Danville's Renaissance neighborhood fight
Danvilles Renaissance neighborhood fight
Remembering Tommy Martin
Douglas County Chief Deputy Tommy Martin died late last night after nearly a month in intensive care.
Deputy Martin Dies
The Sheriff's Deputy shot in the Douglas County crime spree has passed away.
Rate Relief Plan Back on The Table
Average Ameren rate payer would dish out about 20 percent more than what they paid in 2006.
Champaign Schools Look Ahead
The Champaign School Board wants to get the community involved in planning for the district's future.
Police Say It Will Be Tough To Bring Ermakov Back To The States
The Former Track Coach Is Believed To Be Hiding Out In Russia
Tapping into Our Water Supply
Every time we fill up a glass, the water level declines. Now researchers are worrying about what comes out of the tap and what...
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