Police Ask For Community Support to Solve Murders
Police say the investigations are moving forward in two murder cases but say the community are their eyes and ears on the streets.
Daughter of Accused Former Cop Speaks out
The family of a former police officer in Vermilion County say they were blindsided by accusations their father committed sex crimes while...
Liquor Store Shooting
A Decatur man says he saw his life flash before his eyes when his store was robbed and a bullet barely missed his head.
Businesses Take Stand
Champaign businesses want rowdy kids to stay out.
Former Officer Faces Sex Charges
A former Belgium police officer is facing sex charges tonight after prosecutors say he assaulted six women while in uniform.
You've heard of Beanie Babies and Tickle Me Elmo, but have you heard of the latest toy that's turning heads all over town?
Bursting the Bubble on Underage Drinking
Underage drinking is nothing new, but people in one county are done letting it happen
Job Fair Focuses on Minority Recruitment
Organizer says the nation is facing a crisis when it comes to minority recruiting for police agencies.
Crisis Drill Goes Well in Danville
Danville Lutheran Schools give their crisis plan a whirl
Big Ten Network
Illini fans hope their cable providers will pick up the Big Ten Network.
Danville Police In for Upgrades
Police department working on deal to get new security cameras.
Urbana School Board Write-In
Neighbors in North Urbana want to make sure they have a voice on the school board...
Soldiers deployed to Iraq will now be staying overseas longer...
Lovington School District Fighting the State
A school district may have no other choice but consolidate if it doesn't get help from the state
New Berlin School Officials Want Expansion
A proposition on the ballot could issue $13.7 million dollars for an expansion at New Berlin schools.
Paying More at Meters not Music to Some Business Onwer's Ears
Paying three times as much for parking and feeding meters longer—these are changes the city of Champaign wants you to make to help...
Rantoul Plant Jobs
The Village of Rantoul may lose its largest employer.
Local Vineyard Campaigning to Open
Dawn Taylor never thought she would have a fight on her hands when her and her husband decided to open a winery...
Dry Town Reconsiders Alcohol Sales
Voters in Rochester debate alcohol's impact on businesses
Smoking Signs Have Mattoon Residents Talking
The city of Mattoon is asking people to stop lighting up in public parks, and it's sparking a smoking debate all over town.
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