U of I Sorority Mourns Loss of One of Their Members
20-Year Old Melissa Lech Was A Member of Delta Delta Delta
Bikers Speak Out About Motorcycle Safety
It’s Been A Deadly Summer For Bikers In Central Illinois
Volunteers Step Up To Help Families In Need
Close To 1,000 People Get Free, Food, Clothes & School Supplies
A Dog For Sean
Little moments mean big progress for a Saint Joseph family. Their little boy has autism.
Mobile Home Park Trashed
A messy situation at one mobile home park in Vermilion County has people saying enough is enough.
Drug Treatment Center Closes its Doors
The Taylorville branch of the Triangle Center will close this month, after the governor cut $50 million from the states' budget.
Amberg's Lawyer Speaks Out
The attorney for former Urbana superintendent comes forward to defend his client
3 Teens Arrested For String of Break-ins
The Piatt County Sheriff's office says three teens are responsible for break-ins at more than 20 homes, garages and cars.
Drivers Wanting To Hit Emergency Brake On Gas Price Roller Coaster
Prices Jump More Than $0.20 Overnight In Some Areas
State Fair Kickoff
The state fair officially starts in Springfield, but it's not all fun and games. Police say the crowds will put them to the test at...
Champaign YMCA Sold
Champaign's historic YMCA building has finally sold and to the tune of one million dollars.
Educators Failing to Report Child Abuse
Three Urbana educators face criminal charges for not reporting abuse in Jon White's classroom.
Kids Plus Sign Up
A popular after school program is turning away students. Parents were signing up for Kids Plus in Champaign today. But some were told there's not enough room.
Springfield Alternative Fuel
Have you blown your fuel budget out of the water this year? Put yourself in the shoes of Springfield for a second.
Urbana School Officials Face Charges in Jon White Case
Three former school leaders in Urbana are the focus of a new investigation.
Campus Rape Suspect Caught in Florida
Police at the U of I think they've found the man they believe brutally beat and raped a young woman on campus
More Water Testing Across State
Your water is getting tested again for traces of prescription drugs. Experts don't know what it could do to our health years down the road....
Tackling Noisy Trains in Tolono
The village of Tolono is talking about banning trains from sounding their horns and whistles.
New DUI Law Concerns
A Central Illinois county is worrying about a new law cracking down on drunken drivers.
First Braille Diploma at U of I
A braille diploma is giving a blind student the chance to read her accomplishments. It's the first ever handed out at U of I.
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