Joe Barlow sits down with the soon to be former mayor of Champaign, Don Gerard.
Many local libraries will expand their summer reading programs this year.
There's still time to find that perfect gift for mom or the graduate in your life.
Champaign - We're making breakfast in a snap.
Lots of fun happening with the Champaign County Forest Preserve District.
We're checking out some sweet rides from Ford of Tuscola.
We're checking out the art scene in Tuscola.
If you're looking for a great spot to grab a bite to eat, you'll want to make plans to stop by The Pantry.
We're doing a little shopping while On The Go in Tuscola.
Joe Barlow gets a one on one with the Mark Morris Dance Group.
Do you know what the symptoms are for canine influenza?
Heather Roberts is attempting to bring a taste of Disney to central Illinois by recreating the Dole Whip.
Keller Williams is giving back to the community.
Joe Barlow becomes a tattoo artist in Tuscola.
Joe Barlow is live with the Rodeo Club at the University of Illinois.
We're meeting our third teacher #MakingTheGrade from Tuscola.
Marcia Frost is back with great vacation ideas for the ladies.
Urbana - Market at the Square is opening its 36th season with weekly recipes.
A great Elvis tribute is coming to Danville.
One community is turning it's downtown into an art lover's paradise.
There's still to get in on this year's Kirby Derby in Monticello.
Joe Barlow gives a preview of CU Ballet's production of Swan Lake.
Champaign - Biaggi's introduces their Spring menu.
We're learning the art of a beautiful floral arrangement and how it can really pull your room together.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the new film, "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the new film, "Clouds of Sils Maria."
Daisy Lane shares tips on getting organized using re-purposed materials which could also make great teacher gifts.
Spring is here which means it's time to get your lawn in tip-top shape.
Joe Barlow shows us how the DSC is creating stars and good community members with The Prompting Theater.
Champaign - Traditional dishes are on the ciLiving Kentucky Derby Party menu.
If you're kid is looking to sharpen up their basketball skills, they need to check out the academy offered at the YMCA.
Joe Barlow shares the story of "MakerGirl", a way to get girls interested in science and technology.
Urbana - We're making a classic breakfast dish with a quick bread.
Joe Barlow surprises Mrs. White in the middle of her class.
Joe Barlow shares what the staff of WCIA likes to jam to during a workout.
There's still time to get a great deal on a pool pass this summer!
Flooring America is back with tips on homeowners looking to replace their flooring.
We're celebrating music through the ages, featuring classic songs from the past 8 decades with the Girls Next Door!
The survivorship clinic at Carle is unique to this area to help cancer survivors long after their treatments are over.
An author with local roots is hoping to empower kids to recognize their gifts and talents at a young age with her book, Dream Star.
Joe Barlow performs a Seasame Street classic for Earth Day.
The grand finale of the season with the Champaign Urbana Symphony is this weekend at Krannert.
Joe Barlow shares the story of an 80 year old that made walking a huge part of his life.
One area library now offers fitness DVDs and equipment for check-out!
We're getting a sampling of the new menu items at McAlister's Deli.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the new film, "Unfriended."
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the new film, "The Age of Adaline."
Whether you push, pull, or lift you can help make a difference for those living with muscular dystrophy.
We're making a favorite Chinese dish in the CI Kitchen with guest chef, Colleen Hatton.
A local college is celebrating 150 years!