CHAMPAIGN -- Two men were shot early this morning. One of those men lost his life.
CHAMPAIGN -- If you're traveling for the holidays -- being prepared for the worst will be key to reaching friends and family. Storms are supposed to threaten travel plans for some.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Some women from the area will be traveling overseas to help others rebuild their community.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Urbana's police chief responds to concerns about police departments operating like the military.
CHAMPAIGN -- Four men are in custody after an armed robbery early this morning.
CHAMPAIGN -- The commander in chief finally signed off on re-naming the post office.
CHAMPAIGN -- Stores and streets are packed with last minute shoppers.
CHAMPAIGN -- Around this time of year, many families spend their nights looking at Christmas lights. But a home is missing pieces of its display.
CHAMPAIGN -- Salvation Army workers have been collecting Toys for Tots since last month. They picked up some of the big donation boxes on Friday.
UPDATE: Friday, December 19, 6:56 PM CHAMPAIGN -- Volunteers handed out love and comfort, in the form of a backpack stuffed with all kinds of stuff. The Daily Bread Soup Kitchen gave them to hundreds in the community on Friday.
Latest: 4:20 pm, 12/16/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN -- A fourth candidate for mayor will be on the spring ballot.
Update: 5:31 pm, 12/15/14, Monday CHAMPAIGN -- Champaign's Electoral Board decided Mayor Don Gerard will be on the ballot next year.
CHAMPAIGN -- Police are investigating a sexual assault.
CHAMPAIGN -- Christmas came early for a little girl fighting cancer thanks to a church in town.
CHAMPAIGN -- The loss of a loved one can be difficult to deal with. It's a pain everyone in this group knows first-hand.
Update: 10:01 pm CHAMPAIGN -- Electricity could be going up in Central Illinois.
CHAMPAIGN -- A new industry means new jobs. The medical cannabis pilot program rolls out January 1.
CHAMPAIGN -- After two peaceful protests this week, one at the UI and one at Central High, students from Centennial High wanted another chance.
CHAMPAIGN -- It happened in the 1200-block of West Eureka. This family walked into their home to find out it had been burglarized just weeks before the holidays.
CHAMPAIGN -- The true meaning of Christmas came through Thursday at Garden Hills Elementary.
CHAMPAIGN -- People are trying to give life to one of the community's pools.
Update: 4:01 pm, 12/11/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- The WCIA-3 News / Salvation Army Toys for Tots Drive might be over, but the giving continues.
CHAMPAIGN -- A patriotic symbol has been spotted around town recently.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Parkland Food Pantry celebrated its one-year anniversary.
CHAMPAIGN -- An employee from Parkland College got big time recognition.
CHAMPAIGN -- 'Tis the season for giving and some middle schoolers are getting in the spirit by lending a hand to families at Restoration Urban Ministries.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- When it comes to pizza, there's not many better than Papa Del's.
CHAMPAIGN -- Students want to make a change in their community. That's why they say they took time to figure out the best way to make their voices heard.
CHAMPAIGN -- Several protests have been stirring around town this week and last.
Latest: 4:15 pm, 12/9/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN -- The post office on Green Street is one signature away from being renamed the "James R. Burgess, Jr." Post Office.
CHAMPAIGN -- There's a lot of stuff on his plate now that this Kid to Know has jumped feet first into politics.
CHAMPAIGN -- WCIA-3 News is gearing up for our annual Toys for Tots Drive.
Update: 3:32 pm, 12/9/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN -- A tip to Champaign County Crime Stoppers ends with the arrest of a Most Wanted suspect.
Latest: 10:01 pm, 12/8/14, Monday CHAMPAIGN -- A parent of a Centennial High School student is praising her son's principal for allowing students to have a voice.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Daily Bread Soup Kitchen is doing some extra giving this season.
CHAMPAIGN -- Police are investigating vandalism to a fraternity on the University of Illinois campus.
CHAMPAIGN -- Volunteers have been trying to collect 10,000 diapers to give babies.
CHAMPAIGN -- Fast food workers rallied in about 20 cities around the country.
CHAMPAIGN -- Some grade schoolers celebrated a Festival of Lights Thursday night.
CHAMPAIGN -- A barber knows how looking good on the outside can make you feel on the inside. Jake Wetzel has been setting up shop at the Salvation Army for years.
Latest: 4:46 pm, 12/4/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN -- City workers were busy Thursday replacing road signs which were vandalized with spray-paint earlier this week.
CHAMPAIGN -- A family is helping their son's memory live on by honoring him in a bowl game parade.
CHAMPAIGN -- The intersection of Windsor and Galen is a bit out of sorts.
NATIONAL -- A Champaign author is being recognized for her work.
Update: 8:25 am, 12/3/14, Wednesday CHAMPAIGN -- WCIA-3 viewers contributed more than $27,000 to support The American Legion and its Honor Guard.
CHAMPAIGN -- This powerlifter, from Urbana, knew he wasn't alone while he lifted hundreds of pounds to claim victory.
CHAMPAIGN -- Although Tuesday was a Day of Giving, one group aims to give year-round.
CHAMPAIGN -- Some kids are learning a little bit more about the true meaning of the holiday season.
Latest: 10:43 am, 12/1/14, Monday CHAMPAIGN -- Police are investigating a death. Tuesday, November 18, about 8:15 am, police responded to a call for a welfare check in the Shadowwood neighborhood.
CHAMPAIGN -- The city says more than half of the Bristol Park neighborhood has agreed to sell to the city, but others are still hoping to negotiate a better price.The council will vote Tuesday whether or not to buy three more homes, all of them vacant.