Joe Barlow tells you what you need to know during open enrollment
Lots of great new items ready at Delbert's to put under the tree for that guy in your life.
Lots of fun holiday happenings at the Miller Park Zoo this season!
We're making a twist on the burrito in today's what's for dinner recipe.
It's the perfect season to curl up with a good book!
Lots of fun planned this holiday season with the Champaign Co Forest Preserve.
Leave it to inflation... the gifts from the 12 days of Christmas have gone UP!
Decorated trees are helping raise funds for a good cause.
A holiday favorite is returning to Krannert.
There are a lot of holiday happenings in downtown Danville!
With holiday weddings on the rise, why stress out? Let Samantha Olson help!
There's lots planned in Clinton this holiday season at CH Moore Homestead.
WCIA & the Eastern Illinois Foodbank are teaming up for a day of giving.
We're putting a twist on your ordinary meatloaf in today's Dinner & a Movie.
There's lots of great shopping, eating, playing, and staying in St. Louis this time of year so make plans to make a trip to Chesterfield Mall to do your holiday shopping.
Time to see what our in house movie critic, Chuck Koplinski, thinks of movies hitting theaters this weekend.
Time to see how our Tropical Turkey Meatloaf recipe has turned out...
This weekend one of the main attractions in Champaign will take place downtown for the Parade of Lights.
There's an upcoming Christmas Bazaar all to help local veterans.
Linda Ingles is back with a comfort food cheese soup recipe.
Joe Barlow takes us to Gibson City to explore the familiar voices that have kept the station running for 30 years.
The Champaign Co Farm Bureau is helping teach kids just where their food comes from.
The Madrigal singers from Danville High are back with another holiday song.
Lindsey Hans shares tips on getting a better night's sleep.
Julie Davison is sharing ways to make envelopes in today's Creative Corner.
Danville High School Madrigal students are here to sing some holiday tunes.
Joe Barlow introduces us to a woman that makes music from her own backyard.
At the heart of every major engineering feat is mathematics. But in the days before computers and calculators, how did people show what equations (mathematical ideas) look like? Math models!
Tina Meneely is using her business to help soldiers. Find out how in today's Work From Home Monday.
U of I extension's Sandy Mason is back with tips for central Illinois residents who may have tree damage from the recent severe weather.