SPRINGFIELD--Illinois residents could be paying for new gear for law enforcement officers.
DANVILLE -- Some people have shared their thoughts on social media about the headache that loud music and traffic from the Phases of the Moon Festival has caused.
URBANA -- Carle Hospital is limiting who can visit their youngest patients.
CHAMPAIGN -- Family, friends and coworkers came to celebrate his retirement.
CHAMPAIGN -- It's part of a bigger program across the state. Researchers say this program helps kids do better in school.
MACON COUNTY -- Some road work in the area could save time and money.
SPRINGFIELD -- It's still summer, but it's starting to feel like fall, so if you think it's time to get your house ready for winter, a workshop could help.
HARRISTOWN -- A trial date has been set for a woman charged with murder.
Update: 5:07 pm, 9/12/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- If you're thinking of having a baby, costs in the state are some of the highest in the country.
Update: 5:01 pm, 9/12/14, Friday CHAMPAIGN -- Soon, patrons may have to pay for some things they want to borrow from the library.
SPRINGFIELD -- Hundreds gathered Friday for the Illinois National Service Recognition Day.
Update: 4:52 pm, 9/12/14, Friday ILLINOIS -- A proposal to pay for body cameras for law enforcement use isn't sitting well with everyone.
Latest: 1:20 pm, 9/12/14, Friday ADAMS COUNTY -- A former UI football standout and prosecutor is scheduled to appear in court Friday to face arraignment on the murder of his wife on Valentine's Day, 2006.
MATTOON -- An area man faces multiple charges after a shooting.
Pep Rally Part 2: The Tigers will host The Central Maroons in our spotlight game of the week!
The Urbana Tigers will host The Central Maroons in our spotlight game of the week!
Latest: 8:19 am, 9/12/14, Friday DANVILLE -- A music and arts festival suffered some setbacks.
Update: 6:47 am, 9/12/14, Friday DANVILLE -- Northeast Elementary Magnet School is among 250 schools from across 30 states being honored for becoming healthier places for students to learn and staff to work.
CHAMPAIGN -- An area woman is one of many across the country breaking her silence hoping to spark change.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI ROTC students took a lap around campus to remember those killed on 9/11.
Update: 10:09 pm ILLINOIS -- The state loses millions when teachers leave the job early and a program designed to help keep teachers on board has been eliminated in most districts.
SEYMOUR -- If you could do one thing to keep your kids away from drugs, you'd do it. A treatment and prevention center says it has the secret you're looking for.
Update: 6:04 pm, 9/11/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN -- We want to clarify a story from Wednesday about a survey being taken by middle school students.
Update: 6:03 pm, 9/11/14, Thursday CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Patients at one hospital in Watseka aren't allowed any visitors thanks to a virus which has doctors on high alert.
Update: 6:01 pm UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The decision about Steven Salaita has been made, but his supporters aren't backing down.
CHAMPAIGN -- Parkland College is happy to get a much-needed donation.
DECATUR -- Millions around the world are remembering 9/11, including those right here in Central Illinois.
WCIA-3 NEWS -- We have some family business to discuss. That's why we're sitting here. Because all of you are part of our family, we wanted to let you know what's been going on behind the scenes.
MACON COUNTY -- A lack of money is a problem for a lot of schools and students are dealing with the sacrifices being made.
DANVILLE -- Police are looking for a man who held up a Radio Shack at gunpoint Thursday.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- After confessing to killing his brother four years ago, a Savoy man is taking back his guilty plea.
Update: 4:25 pm, 9/11/14, Thursday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI Police and campus officials are pushing public safety messages.
CHAMPAIGN -- It's the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.
SPRINGFIELD -- Police are investigating an armed robbery.
AUSTIN, TX -- We've all heard stories of dogs getting lost and turning up halfway around the country.
NATIONAL -- The president announced Wednesday night, he's sending more troops back to Iraq.
Update: 10:21 pm, 9/10/14, Wednesday VERMILION COUNTY -- An off-duty officer is being called a hero.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Tornado victims say they process of getting a new home is moving much slower than expected.
Update: 9:10 pm ILLINOIS -- Bruce Rauner got a campaign lift from one of the Republican Party's biggest stars.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Believe it or not, it's been nine months since the first, icy cold blast of winter.
MAHOMET -- An employee in the Mahomet-Seymour School District is going above and beyond.
DECATUR -- Public school educators got a brand new contract.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI's Board of Trustees is planning to have a regular meeting Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD -- Crews are cleaning up hundreds of gallons of oil after a fire.
CHAMPAIGN -- Salt & Light is on a hiatus of sorts. It's revamping its operation and plans to reopen next month.
Here's a look at the rain totals we've received so far.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- With harvest season approaching, farmers are keeping their eyes on the skies.
CHAMPAIGN -- This is a scene from area streets earlier Wednesday.
NATIONAL -- It's not just recent grads who are struggling to pay off college debt.
NATIONAL -- Facebook is now one of the most valuable corporations in the world.