We're taking a healthy approach to buffalo wings, but with a twist.
Matt shares his experience and this artifact from Kathy Griffin's recent performance at the Virginia Theater.
URBANA -- The city's Legacy Tree program becomes a model for other Illinois communities.
Joe Barlow cuts through a thick cheese layer to find the story of Papa Del's.
We're crossing pilates, yoga, and little cardio in today's Get Moving.
We're learning more about how you can get involved and help the Ronald McDonald House.
If you're looking for a great deal on kids' clothes and more, visit Strictly Kids Resale in Gibson City.
Urbana - It's a twist on the sloppy joe sandwich.
Champaign - Students looking to attend college are studying for a big test this Spring.
Joe Barlow feels the burn in a TRX mini-workout.
We're bringing spring indoors!
Daisy Lane is back with tips on making your calendar for 2015.
From Watseka to Hollywood, musician Nick Lynch, is taking the CI Stage.
Joe Barlow visits Omnibarre for the answer.
Hayasaki Gymnastics is hoping to increase our flexibility in 2015.
Chris Moors shares some of the instruments commonly associated with folk music.
Come out and see some of the top radio control pilots in the U.S. fly their planes this weekend at Hobbico E-Fest!
JT Walker's in Mahomet is a great local restaurant for you to try out this January.
Did you know there's a connection between your faith and your fitness?
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the new movie, "Paddington."
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews Jennifer Aniston's new film, "Cake."
Joe Barlow shouldn't quit his day job.
Za's Restaurant shares their lighter choices on the menu.
You have a chance to catch the Full Monty in Springfield soon.
Terry Davis is back with a look at the birthstone for January as well as details on a BIG sale!
The books The Urbana Free Library staff recommend for children, teens, and adults!
We're making grilled cheeseburger wraps in the CI Kitchen with guest chef, Colleen Hatton.
Joe Barlow visits Omnibarre in Urbana to see what makes their workout effective and unique.
Champaign - It's the third week of the New Year. Is your health resolution working out.
Texture Home shares simple ideas to spruce up your home.
How do the new regulations affect your water heater? Today's Angie's List Report has the answer.
Looking for that perfect designer prom dress, but can't afford the designer price?
U of I Student Chef is sharing a recipe that Grandma would approve of.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski looks at the front-runners for Best Picture at this year's Oscars.
Four Champaign Central High School students have formed the band "NxT" and have even pressed an album!
Important leaders in the local African-American community will be honored at an MLK Day event.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews "Taken 3."
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews "American Sniper."
Library celebrates patrons' favorite books of all time.
The Girl Scouts are looking to honor outstanding women for their contributions to the community and their service as role models for girls.
Champaign - Inexpense kids craft perfect to make this weekend.
With the winter chill setting in, men may still want to look good while dressing warm. Delbert's has just the look.
Joe Barlow takes us to Live Action Games.
During the cold winter month of January, Visit Champaign County is encouraging you to get out and experience the local dining in the area.
Flooring America has more to offer than just flooring.
We're excited to have Crazy Johnny once again back on the CI Stage.
There's a great opportunity to score local produce and connect with local farmers at an upcoming CSA Fair.
The U of I Vet Med is here with two box turtles and talking flu in animals.
We're learning the proper way to make a sushi roll with our friends from Kamakura.
CU at Home One Winter Night is quickly approaching and they have a BIG fundraising goal this year!