BOSTON, MA -- Tatyana McFadden won the Women’s Wheelchair Division at the Boston Marathon Monday. She crossed the finish line with an unofficial time of 1:35:05.
BOSTON, MA -- A year after the bombing at the Boston Marathon, those killed and injured were remembered Tuesday.
LEROY -- An area man is finally fulfilling one of his dreams.
DAYTON, OH -- A marathon in Ohio is going to look a lot like the one here in Illinois.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBS) -- Three more people are in federal custody, accused of aiding the suspected marathon bombers and obstructing the investigation.
CHAMPAIGN -- Runners had their first taste of triumph Friday as the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon kicked off.
URBANA -- Just a few dozen volunteers helped feed hundreds of hungry families Monday night.
CHAMPAIGN -- The developments in Boston haven't been the only thing keeping us glued to TV screens.
CHAMPAIGN -- As we continue to watch the Boston Marathon bombing aftermath unfold, some in our community are trying to help.
BOSTON, MA -- There's a possible break in the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings.
SPRINGFIELD -- A college student from the Capitol City is among those injured in the Boston Marathon this week.
PEORIA -- Two area runners who didn't know each other before Monday met while at Chicago's O'Hare Airport returning from the Boston Marathon.
CHAMPAIGN -- Watching destruction unfold on TV miles away, can sometimes make you feel helpless.
CHAMPAIGN -- Seeing images of the Boston Marathon attacks, and even hearing about the deaths, could be a lot for a child to understand.
SPRINGFIELD -- President Obama has ordered all flags at the White House and federal buildings flown at half-staff to honor the victims of Boston's bombings.
CHAMPAIGN -- It's a sight we've only seen on TV, but for racers in the UI Wheelchair Track Team, they saw it firsthand.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- The President addressed the country Monday afternoon after news of the bombings.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Some members of the UI Wheelchair Track Team are on their way back home from Boston.
BOSTON -- A UI professor reacts to the marathon explosions through email.
BOSTON -- It was a once in a lifetime experience for Patrick Ford, but not for the reasons he was expecting.