Urbana Armed Robbery
Police in Urbana are trying to find out who robbed a gas station with a knife.
Convicted Murderer Seeks Appeal
A man convicted of murdering an Eastern Illinois University student in 2001 could soon return to a Coles County courtroom.
Neighbors rallied Saturday in Champaign calling for change in the wake of what some are calling a violent arrest...
Finding Fido's Food More of a Headache
First food, now treats and biscuits—the pet food recall keeps growing. Pet owners seem to be taking it in stride, but with...
New Superintendent Chosen
First African American Superintendent in District 186
Churches Get Wired
Churches say the Internet is helping bring more people through their doors.
New Center has Neighbors Upset
A new training center for unemployed men in Macon county has nearby neighbors worried.
Suspicious Fires in Urbana Launch Investigation
Three fires set early Friday morning in East Urbana have investigators searching for clues and a suspect.
Incident with teens and police causes concern
Champaign Police say they're working to restore a relationship with the Black community but says it can't go it alone.
Chief Illiniwek Signing Off of Illini Website
Chief merchandise about to be taken offline.
Blagojevich's Message Gets Mixed Reviews in Danville
The Governor wants to pour billions of dollars into healthcare and education. Thursday night people said they support what the money's for.. some just...
Schools Pushing for Changes to No Child Left Behind
No Child Left Behind is up for renewal this year, and there's a push in Congress to relax some rules.
Boys and Girls Schools, Revamping Special Education
District 186 Superintendent Candidate Offers some Ideas
Immigrants Speak Out
Immigrant advocates and religious officials say an immigration raid during Holy Week was "morally reprehensible."
Blagojevich in East Central Illinois
Governor Blagojevich travels through East Central Illinois
A Community Comes Together to Help Find Missing Woman
Neighbors in Paxton pull together to find one of their own.
Call for Special Legislative Session
Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn wants lawmakers to return to Springfield to vote on an electric rate freeze.
Rising Food Costs
Your trip to the grocery store is becoming more expensive.
U-S Troops Homecoming on Oprah
It was a happy homecoming for U-S troops as they met their families on the Oprah show. Among them one central Illinois family.
Getting a girl to the prom takes a little more than it used to. Like bringing in Robert Reese.
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