Update: Thursday, May 14, 6:01 PM ARCOLA -- School leaders monitored the air on Thursday after having to evacuate on Wednesday morning.
COLES COUNTY -- The name of a woman killed after a motorcycle collision with a deer has been released.
Latest: 4:50 pm, 3/5/15, Thursday DOUGLAS COUNTY -- Two police officers will not face criminal charges after shooting and killing a man two months ago.
ARCOLA -- Her world was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with a rare disease, but she saw a story on our news that changed her life.
Update: 5:02 pm, 10/7/14, Tuesday ARCOLA -- Nazi flags flying in front of one home have been removed.
Update: 6:03 pm ARCOLA -- Students are walking for a cause. With the help from a few special people, they were able to raise money and get fresh air at the same time.
ARCOLA -- The Broom Corn Capitol of the World kicked off its festival this weekend.
ILLINOIS -- OSHA fined an Arcola construction company for conditions at a project site in Savoy.
ARCOLA -- The Arcola School District raised the almost $650,000 it needed to purchase new iPads for all students K - 12.
ARCOLA -- A family festival which promises fun for everyone starts Friday.
Update: 10:14 pm, 5/14/14, Wednesday ARCOLA -- The Arcola School District is becoming a technological trendsetter.
ARCOLA -- It's a lucky day after three winners matched all five numbers in Friday's "Lucky Day" Lotto Game.
ILLINOIS -- The state is rolling out good news form some homeowners who need repairs.
Latest: 5:04 am, 10/17/13, Thursday DOUGLAS COUNTY -- A Coles County woman is changing her story.
SPRINGFIELD -- More students will now be able to visit the Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum.
ARCOLA -- Governor Quinn signed a new law Monday, requiring schools to practice shooting drills, but several school districts didn't wait for it to be a requirement.
ARCOLA -- A broom factory almost caught fire.
Update: 4:49 pm
ARCOLA -- Crews quickly extinguished a fire at Libman's Broom Factory.
ARCOLA -- The school district is the latest to get rid of teachers, classes and sports.
ARCOLA -- The school district is making major cutbacks, mostly to student sports.
Update: 5:04 pm
ARCOLA -- Rockome Gardens will rebuild the old bakery and candy shop which caught fire.
ARCOLA -- Rain made for a soggy Broomcorn Festival.
ARCOLA -- A trip to Our Town this week has been a visit to the past.
ARCOLA -- While driving through Our Town, you've probably seen this man.
ARCOLA --The Broomcorn Festival is underway this weekend.
ARCOLA -- An area club is hundreds strong.
ARCOLA -- The Arcola Foundation is a group invested in the town's future.
DOUGLAS COUNTY -- Authorities want help solving multiple recent burglaries.
ARCOLA -- Some towns are lucky enough to have a place that feels like home away from home.
ARCOLA -- One company wants to switch up how people see a common household item.
ARCOLA -- It's a club where students can take what they've learned in school, and use it in the real world.
ARCOLA -- A Kid to Know in Our Town was able to travel and reach out to others this summer.
ARCOLA -- A family recipe blossoms into a local favorite for people looking to enjoy a delicious dip.
ARCOLA -- 15-murals from artists around the world grace the sides of buildings and businesses in Our Town.
ARCOLA -- WCIA-3's crew will be in Our Town Arcola all week, and we want you to get a sneak peak of the coverage.
ARCOLA -- There's a different kind of explosion going on this holiday weekend.
ARCOLA -- Residents are celebrating a transformation in their city.
SULLIVAN -- A student helps connect you to Amish Country by way of Our Town Sullivan.
ARCOLA -- The anti-bullying program in schools here takes center stage in Springfield.
ARCOLA -- Some students are putting their brainpower to the test.
The man who serves as Chief of Police for the Village of Hindsboro and as a full-time police officer for the City of Arcola was arrested today after a two-month long investigation by the Illinois State Police.
Run for the Hills! Cynthia hops aboard a tractor inside the studio.