CHAMPAIGN -- Volunteers have been trying to collect 10,000 diapers to give babies.
Update: 5:04 pm, 12/3/14, Wednesday DECATUR -- An area dad will spend decades behind bars for abusing his baby.
MCLEAN COUNTY -- Preliminary results of an autopsy on an 8-month old baby reveal the baby suffered blunt force trauma.
Update: 4:50 pm, 10/3/14, Friday ROBINSON -- A Central Illinois family got a big boost to honor their son who died from a rare disease.
ATWOOD -- It kills more babies than any other genetic disease.
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.
CHAMPAIGN -- A Charleston teen owes her life to a volunteer firefighter.
CHAMPAIGN -- WCIA-3 News & Sports has welcomed a new family member.
The investigation continues into a baby girl's death.
SPRINGFIELD -- Lawmakers were back in session this week, but one of the bills they overlooked is the Home Birth Safety Act.
OSWEGO -- A newborn baby appears to be impatient just like her father.
MOLINE -- A toddler is on the mend after a woman broke the baby's legs.
MATTOON -- A man was arrested for throwing a baby against a wall.
URBANA -- For a mother, being separated from your baby can be a nightmare, especially right after your child is born.
CHAMPAIGN -- For one couple, the past few days have been a dream come true.
CHAMPAIGN -- Cathy Garner and her daughters are planning for something she's always wanted but never had.
TOULON -- A mom who abandoned her baby in a ditch will spend three years in prison.
DECATUR -- Three men are arrested for selling stolen baby formula.
CHAMPAIGN -- We all know texting and driving is dangerous, but some new numbers on distracted driving are especially shocking.
HOOPESTON -- A baby is dead after a morning at daycare.
URBANA -- A New Year's baby was born on Tuesday morning.
URBANA -- Many babies will have a unique set of numbers on their birth certificates. This is the last time we'll see repeating numbers in a date like today in our lifetime.
CNN -- After five infant deaths and reports of more than 70 falls, the government is pushing to stop the sales of a popular baby recliner.
NEW YORK -- Most young children use bottles, sippy cups or pacifiers, but they may not be as safe as parents think.
Update: 12:51 pm, Wednesday, April 11
A man is charged with aggravated battery to a child.