MACON COUNTY-- High unemployment is plaguing Macon County.
Illinois police are ready to enforce a slew of new laws that went into effect on Jan. 1st. WCIA 3's Cynthia Bruno puts how they get ready to implement the laws in perspective.
School board members will be voting on Central High School's new location tonight. President, Laurie Bonnett, tells us what goes into making the decision.
GIFFORD- It may take some families months or even years to fully recover from the devastating tornadoes that ripped through central Illinois. When it comes to needing long term help, families have a place to turn to help them get through the tough times.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS- There's a big boom in using local foods.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS- As people rush to volunteer and clear debris, doctors are reminding us that we need to be careful around the destruction.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS-- Police officers, former addicts, and state lawmakers all saw there's been a dramatic increase in heroin use in central Illinois.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS- Mentors are making a big difference in central Illinois, but there aren't enough of them.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY-- Children who used to be homeless are telling their story through art. It's all to benefit a local shelter that gives families a place to stay.
ILLINOIS-- Rep. Rodney Davis from the 13th district answers viewers' questions about how they will be impacted by the government shutdown.
ILLINOIS -- Senator Jason Barickman says Governor Quinn isn't doing a good job running the state.
Changes to healthcare laws mean you and your family need to start thinking about your insurance plan now.
Rep. Rodney Davis sits down with The Morning Show's Cynthia Bruno for a live interview about the United States involvement in Syria.
CHAMPAIGN -- This year, for the first time in nearly 50 years, WCIA-3 won't be part of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Labor Day telethon.
Dish Passionate Cuisine shows us how to make stuffed mushrooms with an Italian flair.