GIBSON CITY -- Some residents have waited about 25 years for changes to their road.
FORD COUNTY -- Two weeks ago, voters chose their top three picks for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley school board.
GIBSON CITY -- Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley High School has reason to celebrate this week.
GIBSON CITY -- You may not have to pay for a seat at the Harvest Moon Drive-In this week.
GIBSON CITY -- People got a chance to talk politics with some local leaders.
GIBSON CITY -- When it comes to safe driving, GCMS High School is an award-winner.
MONTICELLO -- Farmers know there are dangers which come with their jobs.
GIBSON CITY -- People say common courtesy in one neighborhood is missing.
GIBSON CITY -- They're Taking Action in hopes of finding a cure for a rare disease.
GIBSON CITY -- Fundraising efforts are ramping up for a new pool in town.
GIBSON CITY -- Residents say things are finally getting back to normal after a day without power.
Update: 6:03 pm, 2/24/14, Monday FORD COUNTY -- A convicted murderer was sentenced to 17 years in prison Monday.
Latest: 4:40 pm, 2/14/14, Friday GIBSON CITY -- Students at GCMS High School are getting back into their regular schedules.
GIBSON CITY -- Town leaders are considering a change to downtown they hope will light the way for new business.
GIBSON CITY -- A farmer hopes people are more careful after a field fire destroyed nearly 100 acres of his crops.
GIBSON CITY -- Local voters got a chance to hear four people hoping to be the next governor.
Latest: 5:03 pm, 8/12/13, Monday GIBSON CITY -- A Ford County man now faces second degree murder.
GIBSON CITY -- Golfers in town are teeing off to help improve a hospital.
GIBSON CITY -- High winds came rolling through town Saturday.
GIBSON CITY -- Stars of a big name TV show found hidden treasure in a small, Central Illinois home.
GIBSON CITY -- City council members are looking at ways to stop vandalism.
Update: 10:05 pm, 5/29/13, Wednesday
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Police say a wanted man may be armed and dangerous.
GIBSON CITY -- Producing, shooting and editing are things we do here everyday at WCIA-3 News.
GIBSON CITY -- After fighting for his life for weeks, a Champaign man is dead.
Update: 8:45 pm, 3/29/13, Friday
GIBSON CITY -- The show is going on for the Harvest Moon Drive-In.
GIBSON CITY -- This week's snow pushed back progress at the drive-in.
GIBSON CITY -- People in and around town helped cover the cost to save the Harvest Moon Drive-In.
GIBSON CITY -- The show will go on for movie lovers.
GIBSON CITY -- A positive attitude from this Kid to Know inspired an entire school.
MELVIN -- One firefighter was hurt when he fell through flooring to the basement while battling an overnight fire.
GIBSON CITY -- An area doctor has a new title.
GIBSON CITY -- A doctor who was born and raised in Gibson City and has worked there for the past two decades won a nationwide award.
GIBSON CITY -- A small-town city council is going green by going high tech.
GIBSON CITY -- Students learned a new lesson at their middle school on Tuesday. Each student took turns having a disability for the day.
GIBSON CITY -- People are fighting to keep the Harvest Moon Drive In.
GIBSON CITY -- Another theater is taking a different approach to fundraising.
GIBSON CITY -- The owners of one of the only drive in theaters left in the state, hope you'll support it before it's too late.
GIBSON CITY -- Two people are dead, including a 6-year old girl, after a 2-car accident.
A fire has left a Gibson City family with nothing but each other.
You'll soon be able to take your family to a drive in movie.
GIBSON CITY-- Major movie studios are forcing theaters to upgrade to digital format, and one Gibson City theater needs help paying for necessary equipment.
Jennifer Ketchmark talks to the mayor of Gibson City about what the town has to offer.
Jennifer Ketchmark introduces us to a local Gibson City woman that turned an eyesore into a beautiful bed & breakfast.
Who says guys get to have all the fun? In Our Town Gibson City, women are getting hands on training with weapons.
Gibson City is home to great businesses and schools. And it is also the birthplace of a Hollywood actress.
WCIA-3's Rob Collins takes us on a road trip to Our Town Gibson City.
Police officers take a vow to protect and serve. And two of them are also serving up something sweet.
More and more libraries are fighting to stay open across central Illinois.
A Police Department is trading four wheels for two.