Rep. Rodney Davis sits down with The Morning Show's Cynthia Bruno for a live interview about the United States involvement in Syria.
A tragic grain bin death in Sidney has people looking at how farmers can better protect themselves in dangerous situations.
You'll notice some changes to the 2014 Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon, we ask the race directors how they'll affect your run.
The Urbana Free Library and it's director decided to cut ties after a controversial book "weeding" process drew criticism from patrons.
State Senator Chapin Rose (R) representing Illinois' 51st district, says Governor Quinn is to blame for delaying a plan on pension reform.
People in Egypt are taking to the streets to celebrate after their president is ousted.
Congressman Rodney Davis (R) stops by the studio to talk about immigration reform, gay marriage, and the future of the 13th district.
A new survey shows more children across the country and in Illinois live in poverty.
Police say more people carry cash in the summer, but that could make you a target for theft.
HOOPESTON-- The fire continues to burn in Hoopeston, and people from all over are coming together to help the community.
ILLINOIS-- Governor Quinn is hoping to break a stalemate over pension reform.
Senator Jason Barickman joins The Morning Show live to tell us more about what's happening at the capitol.
Step up your grilling game with this smoked chicken recipe from L.A. Gourmet.
Berries are in season, and what better way to use them than in a sweet treat?
L.A. Gourmet shows us how to make berry cobbler.
CHAMPAIGN-- Police have updated information on their investigation into five shootings in four days.
Deputy Chief Troy Daniels explains why people shouldn't be afraid to come forward and share information.
ILLINOIS-- Moms have a lot of big decisions to make when they have a baby. One of those decisions is whether they'll breastfeed their child.
Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season, but with some planning and a great recipe- you can make the long weekend, a healthy one.
Summer is almost here and that means lighter styles to keep you cool.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- There's a new drug hitting Central Illinois, and experts at the Illinois Poison Center say it's more dangerous than other well-known drugs on the market.
There's a new housing option in Champaign that lets people living with autism also live with independence.
GIBSON CITY--A kindergarten teacher at GCMS Elementary School in Gibson City is carrying on her mother's legacy.
Coldwater Creek tells us about the five pieces you need to complete your wardrobe, and shows us how to build multiple outfits from the staple pieces.
ILLINOIS-- When there's a knock at the door and you're not expecting guests, it can catch you by surprise.
URBANA, IL-- On a cold and grey spring day, David Godwin works to bring life to thousands of resting souls in Woodlawn Cemetery.
From new techniques to stop a bad habit to what you can do for ear aches, our doctor helps you get answers.
ILLINOIS-- Getting new things is exciting, but if you don't take care of the boxes they come in, you could be giving clues to crooks.
Marathon 2013: Economic Impact
Running tips from an expert before the big race!
Part Two: Harvest Bread Company Nourishes Marathon Volunteers
Part One: Harvest Bread Company Nourishes Marathon Volunteers
The Extra Mile: The Kennekuk Road Runners continue their marathon theme while paying tribute to Robert Reese
Ultra runner Will Harlan runs in some of the most intense courses in some of the most primitive gear, and he does it all a world away. But this weekend, he is here for the Christie Clinic Illinios Marathon.
Ultra runner Will Harlan runs in some of the most intense courses in some of the most primitive gear, and he does it all a world away.
Marathon Safety: Scott Friedline take us through the plan
3 Minute Grill: Part 2 with Einstein's Bagels
3 Minute Grill: Part 1 with Einstein's Bagels
Getting Ready for the Race: Jan Seeley, co-director of the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon
Getting Ready for the Race: Mike Lindemann, co-director of the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon
CENTRAL ILLINOIS-- A Champaign woman is pouring her heart into making the Christie Clinic Illinois marathon a success, at a time when her heart is still healing from a loss.
One brave student is shaving-off her long locks for the St. Baldrick's Fundraiser.
Summer break is now just weeks away for students.
Some will fill their time with soccer games, trips to the pool, and family vacations.
Others will be looking for ways to fill their bellies.
A new program hopes it has a solution for those students suffering from child hunger.
Champaign County Clerk, Gordy Hulten, discusses the lower voter turnout for the 2013 election.
The Supreme Court's decision about the definition of marriage could mean big financial changes for same-sex couples.
WCIA 3's Cynthia Schweigert puts it in perspective.
ILLINOIS--Diabetes affects millions of people each year, many don't even know they have the condition.
It's a big problem for people everywhere, including in our communities.
WCIA 3's Cynthia Schweigert puts it in perspective.
CHAMPAIGN--Runners and volunteers are signing up for The Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon.
ILLINOIS-- This winter weather is a reminder to homeowners to make sure someone can take care of their home even when they're away.
ILLINOIS-- There's a state-wide hotline that puts panicked parents at ease, keeps people out of the emergency room, and even saves lives.
People who work there, though, are worried the state's budget crisis could eventually mean they'll have to shut down.
WCIA 3's Cynthia Schweigert puts the Illinois Poison Center in perspective.
The Morning Show issued a challenge to ciLiving: a winner-eat-all Bracket-Off for this year's NCAA Tournament. The losing team cooks a meal for the victors on their show! And... it's on.