CHAMPAIGN COUNTY-- Farmers have seen record profits the past four years.
CHAMPAIGN-- While some little ghouls and goblins are getting ready for Halloween, others couldn't wait until then.
SPRINGFIELD--Around a million people across the state live in low income housing.
CHAMPAIGN - The eighth annual disability expo took on a new slogan this year.
MONTICELLO -- The Clinton Landfill has appealed a ban on dumping toxic waste. People are worried that the ban could be lifted.
DECATUR -- Help after a disaster comes in many forms, but it’s usually not on four-legs. People in Moweaqua are still cleaning up after a tornado hit the town this week, but to help them through that initial shock of disaster, a therapy dog came to visit.
SPRINGFIELD--Body cameras for police and other authorities is getting more attention.
Illinois--Health officials will also set up a task force focused on Ebola.
WESTFIELD -- A Clark County man is taking his hobby to a whole new level. Robert Holmes built and installed a 50-inch telescope in his home.
MATTOON -- A Marine is being honored for his service.
CHARLESTON -- Bullying is an issue that hits home for many kids and adults across central Illinois. That's why community leaders are teaching new ways to help stop this problem.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Are you a hiker or swimmer?
ILLINOIS -- Candidates for the 13th Congressional District debated for the first time Thursday, in Urbana.
CHAMPAIGN -- An area strip mall is getting a major facelift and possibly a new name.
CHAMPAIGN -- Students were celebrating a new and improved Bottenfield Elementary School Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD -- Race and income levels of Illinois public school students have changed.
Latest: 10:07 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- One-in-four. That's the number of women in Champaign-Urbana who will be victims of domestic violence at some point.
Latest: 10:06 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday RANTOUL -- Police hope new surveillance images will help identify the suspect of an armed robbery.
CHAMPAIGN -- Professional basketball is headed here. The Champaign Swarm is the newest member of the Midwest Professional Basketball Association.
GIFFORD -- Kids learned about safety in all forms Thursday. It was Agriculture Safety Day.
Latest: 6:14 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday MOWEAQUA -- Community members are coming together to help a family in need.
DANVILLE -- A familiar face is getting a facelift. The Minute Man statue, which sits outside the Federal Building, is in need of repair and renovation.
Update: 6:01 pm URBANA -- An area home was vandalized, but there was a purpose to it.
TOLONO -- An area couple is hitting the road, headed to Las Vegas to compete in the World Chili Cook-off.
TUSCOLA -- One area group isn't having a "typical" food drive.
DECATUR -- The health of a high school teacher has come into question after administrators learned the employee had recently traveled to South Africa.
ILLINOIS -- With more cases of Ebola popping up in the U.S., medical staff in Central Illinois are on guard.
ILLINOIS -- This year's gubernatorial campaign has not been cheap.
DANVILLE -- Mayor Scott Eisenhauer is now in his third term.
Update: 3:54 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday FORD COUNTY -- A Paxton man is acquitted of second-degree murder.
Update: 12:21 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday PANA -- Police arrested two people for an armed robbery and assault.
SPRINGFIELD -- Police are investigating multiple burglaries which happened after-hours between September 1 - October 1.
DECATUR -- The Decatur Chamber of Commerce hosted a unique event to introduce voters to the candidates.
ILLINOIS -- Are schools in the state getting the funding they need? Many parents would say "no."
Latest: 10:15 pm, 10/15/14, Wednesday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Looking at the numbers, there's no doubt the rain is causing headaches for farmers.
Update: 10:11 pm, 10/15/14, Wednesday ILLINOIS -- There are fewer than three weeks before voters head to the polls.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI is seeing a change in its student population.
Update: 10:05 pm, 10/15/14, Wednesday CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Police in the area showed people with autism how to be safe if they're ever stopped by an officer.
CHAMPAIGN -- The sports community isn't the only one mourning the loss of Wayne McClain.
ILLINOIS -- The final stretch of this year's governor's campaign has included two televised debates and another still to come. But do these debates matter with just a few weeks left in the campaign?
MACON COUNTY -- Junk mail is at an all-time high. Election season tends to do that.
ILLINOIS -- How a child develops starts at birth. That's why the governor is pushing his Birth-to-5 Initiative.
GILMAN -- Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an Iroquois County woman is sharing her story of survival.
IROQUOIS COUNTY -- The Iroquois County Board voted to cut its 911 board in half during Tuesday's meeting. But first responders say the decision doesn't make any sense.
Update: 5:20 pm, 10/15/14, Wednesday ILLINOIS -- Crime victim advocates say current laws do not protect victims enough.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Restaurants and food vendors outside Champaign-Urbana won't have to post food service placards in their businesses.
URBANA -- Gym class at Urbana Middle School hasn't been the same for students.
ILLINOIS -- "Right to work" hasn't been a headline in the campaign for Illinois governor, but it could be one of the most controversial topics.
Update: 10:24 pm, 10/14/14, Tuesday CHARLESTON -- After being diagnosed with cancer, a high school football player got some great news Tuesday.
CHAMPAIGN -- Fall is in full swing and, as the season continues, one group will help people rake leaves from their lawns.