Update: 5:10 pm, 10/29/14, Wednesday VERMILION COUNTY -- Flu shots are here!
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Despite the hype surrounding Ebola, medical experts say there are other viruses you should be more worried about.
Latest: 5:04 pm, 10/9/14, Thursday CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Carle is out of flu mist. The clinic ordered 3,500 doses of the nasal vaccine. It's only received about 600 and used them all.
TUSCOLA -- Douglas County is going to be short of flu shots for a little while. It's because a change in the serum caused a delay in shipment.
NATIONAL -- The Centers for Disease Control suggest children ages 2 - 8 should be getting the nasal flu vaccine rather than a shot.
ILLINOIS -- It's going to be a little easier to get a flu shot.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- There may be one good effect from all the cold weather. Doctors say the frigid temperatures have indirectly put a small freeze on the flu virus.
URBANA -- Central Illinois' hospitals are taking extra precautions because of a surge in flu cases.
SPRINGFIELD -- Usually, anyone is welcome at the hospital, but now, some are asking people to stay home.
Latest: 10:04 pm, 1/14/14, Tuesday ILLINOIS -- More inmates are coming down with the flu.
SPRINGFIELD -- Flu cases are now reported widely in Illinois and the numbers are going up.
CHAMPAIGN -- It's that time of year when the flu starts to take people down, one by one.
URBANA -- As flu season sets in, people are lining up to beat it.
NATIONAL -- This year's flu shots are ready to go.
SPRINGFIELD -- Public health officials say four people have gotten sick in Illinois from a rare stomach bug.
DANVILLE -- A hospital is putting restrictions on its visitors.
MCLEAN COUNTY -- A child's death is a reminder flu season is not yet over.
URBANA -- More people with the flu means fewer people are donating blood.
TUSCOLA -- A preschool program closed for the day, thanks to flu season.
URBANA -- Doctors say it's not just the young and elderly who should get the flu shot.
CHAMPAIGN -- This year's flu season is off to an early start. Some people are more likely to have an allergic reaction to the flu shot.
CHAMPAIGN -- Health experts say flu season is starting up earlier than normal this year, and it's catching people off guard.
Update: 3:44 pm
URBANA -- Hundreds are getting ready for flu season.