Dana Thomas Closing Impact
Budget cuts leading to massive layoffs and shutting down tourist sites around the state.
Urbana Flood Victims Seek Shelter
Twenty people, mostly women and children looking for answers and a place to stay tonight after heavy rains flood their apartment.
John McCain Announces VP
Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska joins John McCain on the Republican ticket.
Making it out Alive
A Rantoul man lives to tell about his brush with death. Wednesday morning, a train destroyed Ronald Hamilton's pick-up truck. It went dead...
F-18 Over Champaign County
A rumbling in the sky had people in Mahomet wondering what was going on overhead. It was a moment out of the movies. An F-18 fighter...
Obama Watching Party
Democrats in Sangamon County spent the night watching a former state senator accept their party's nomination.
Provena Loses Tax Exemption
Its a multi-million-dollar blow for Provena Covenant Medical Center. The hospital lost its tax-exempt status in appellate court.
Life aftter Transplant for local Airman
Jake Land says before he got sick he was in the best shape of his life.
Prairie Center Cuts Hit Schools
Students hooked on drugs and alcohol will have fewer people to turn to for help in the classroom.
Power Plant Could Get More Expensive
City Water Light and Power is asking Springfield alderman to approve an extra $350,000 to hire a new project manager for the new power plant....
Chatham School Growth
As more students move to Chatham they’re trying to find unique places to teach them.
Neighbors Thankful For Police Patrol
Neighbors say police presence is saving a Champaign neighborhood.
Money Woes for Local Charities
Local charities say theyre hard up for money. Its because the state cut funding. And in some cases the states was late to pay up.
Grieving Parents Want You To Know Their Daughter
The parents of a Danville girl killed in a tragic accident say they dont want you to remember their daughter by how she died rather...
11-Year-Old Starts Neighborhood Crimewatch
An 11-year-old from Urbana is stepping up to make his neighborhood a little safer. Larterrious Johnson lives on Perkins Road in East Urbana and hes starting...
Accused Puppy Mill Owner in Question
Friends of an accused puppy mill owner are fighting for justice. They say more than 50 dogs seized from a farm in Arthur last...
Champaign Police Talk Campus Crime
A summer of violent crime has Champaign police focusing on the University of Illinois. Police met the city council tonight to talk about a...
Extension for 183rd Firefighters
City leaders believe a decision by the federal government will save lives and money. Firefighters with the 183rd Fighter Wing can stay at the Capital...
A push to stop the homeless from asking people in downtown Springfield for money appears to be working.
Two Non-Profits Ripped Off
Two Champaign non-profits have been ripped off in the past two days. One of the places hit was the Salvation Army.
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