Paying for Blood
Blood centers across central Illinois are seeing a record drop in donations.
Canine Champ with Longest Ears
When it comes to Tiggers set of droopy wonders, he truly is "top dog."
Friends on the Front Line
From kid playmates to full-grown soldiers. These Paxton friends are heading overseas to fight for our freedom together.
Surprising Testimony in Champaign County Murder Trial
ThereÃ¢â¬â¢s surprising testimony in a Champaign County murder case. Opening statements were this morning and then witnesses took the stand.
Teens Question Governor
Two Rochester teens take matters into their own hands asking the governor what happened to their schools money.
Shelby Co. Authorities Bust Dog Fighting Facility
A Shelby County man is behind bars, after authorities raided his home and found evidence of dog fighting.
Royal Kid Dubbed a Hero
A ten-year-old Champaign County boy being called a hero after he discovered his elderly neighbor on the floor alone in her home.
Changes to Danville Sewer and Garbage
Billing for sewer and garbage removal in Danville are now the citys responsibility again.
Danville School Thinks Safety First
Danville Schools says it wants to work with the city to make sure students and sports fans at the high school are safe.
Obama Will Return to Springfield
All eyes will be on Springfield this weekend when Senator Barack Obama will appear for the first time with his unnamed running mate.
Charleston Liquor Laws
Bar owners in Charleston are pushing to get an extra hour a week to sell alcohol. The city has a rule to stop selling liquor at...
Mobile Home Park Future in Question
Parents in Ford County are holding onto hope their mobile home park wont be sold.
Teen Driving Deaths Drop
A unique teen driving program is saving lives. “Operation Teen Safe Driving” lets kids teach kids and use some of their creativity in the...
Urbana High Makes the Grade
Theres good news for Urbana High School. Prairie State Achievement scores are out. For the first time in five years Urbana high made the grade. ...
Macon Co. Reports West Nile Virus in Human
A warning tonight for Central Illinois. Macon County is reporting its first human case of West Nile Virus.
Schlarman Principal Okay With School Being â€˜Toilet Paperedâ€™
Principal Says It’s a Tradition That Signals The Beginning of Each School Year
U of I Move-In Signs
The U of I is working to make move-in a little easier for families this year. Worker placed signs from the new Curtis Road interchange to...
Remembering Melissa Lech
A tearful goodbye at the U of I Monday night. A candle vigil was held for a student whose life was taken too soon. ...
District 186 Gets Sneak Peak at School Sites
For the first time tonight, the District 186 school board got a sneak peak at new school sites.
Emil Jones Steps Down
After 35-years in politics one of Illinois top political leaders is calling it quits.
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