SAVOY -- Two Kids to Know in Our Town are raising money for cancer by selling bracelets and potholders.
Update: 4:28 pm, 5/27/14, Tuesday WATSEKA -- 12-year old Kids to Know, Kara Floriant and Megan Martell, started making and selling bracelets last year.
DANVILLE -- A group of Kids to Know want to get across a serious message: water can be dangerous.
HUME -- One good idea leads to another and it's paying off Wednesday.
NORMAL -- Getting to state this past weekend wasn't just a dream for the high school basketball players on the court.
SIDNEY -- Two Kids to Know are taking up the cause of homelessness by sleeping outside.
WHITE HEATH -- These Kids to Know are banding together to help their janitor who's sick.
CHAMPAIGN -- These Kids to Know spent their Saturday, not playing in yards, but cleaning them up for people halfway across the world.
ST. JOSEPH -- Two Kids to Know came up with an idea and blew everyone away with its success.
STEWARDSON -- A teen from Our Town has her sights set on the Olympics and she's well on her way.
PETERSBURG -- Look out Taylor Swift! Our Town's Kid to Know is a future star in the making.
HOOPESTON -- This Kid to Know from Our Town remembers doing everything she really likes to do even after spending almost two years of her life in the hospital.
CHAMPAIGN -- Some "Kids to Know" are headed to a worldwide archery competition.
VILLA GROVE -- This Kid to Know is getting her name out there with the help of a paintbrush and Facebook.
ATWOOD -- Sometimes brownies are just dessert.
URBANA -- Today's Kid to Know is not just writing.
DECATUR -- Girl Scouts might be done selling cookies but one troop's success will pay off for a long time.
OAKWOOD -- A former Kid to Know is $50,000 richer!
VILLA GROVE -- This Kid to Know is on a mission to help people understand autism.
CHAMPAIGN -- A Kid to Know's passion about his hobby could be his ticket to success.
MAHOMET -- People in Champaign County are warmer because of some Kids to Know.
RIDGE FARM -- Kid to Know took his Christmas money and gave it away.
DANVILLE: This Kid to Know is turning tutus into toys for children in need.
CHAMPAIGN: This Kid to Know can add published author to her resume.
CHAMPAIGN -- High school students help collect donations for the Eastern Illinois Foodbank.
CHAMPAIGN -- The people being helped by these Kids to Know are not complaining.
Update: 5:08 pm, 11/7/12, Wednesday
CHAMPAIGN -- Bottenfield Elementary third graders had the opportunity to get a taste of the political process.
CHAMPAIGN -- Some Kids to Know involved their high schools to accomplish a heart (and feet) warming gesture.
CHAMPAIGN -- A high school sports team proves it's more than just athletes.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Parrott kids want to change lives.
MAHOMET -- An award-winning band is making all of these musicians, Kids to Know.
CHARLESTON -- Tonight's Kid to Know is giving back to the hospital which helped save her life.
DECATUR -- Our Town is a better place thanks to tonight's Kid to Know.
CHAMPAIGN -- Tonight's Kid to Know is excited to live out his dream, but nervous he has to leave home to do it.
SULLIVAN -- These Kids to Know have won everywhere they've competed.
This Kid to Know is inspiring others to donate to Toys for Tots
It was a chance to be in charge and two Centennial High School seniors took over with flying colors.
Lucas Burnett has a passion for weather casting. The 10 year old from Tuscola has transformed his room into a weather studio.
This Kid to Know is in hog heaven.
It just could be the best Father's Day gift ever invented, and two kids to know are behind it all.
A few kids to know have made the roads safer in Gibson City.
A Mattoon student's idea to stop bullying sends out a big message.
Munia Mustafa is making a name for herself in the world of science and she's only in High School.
Future weatherwoman Grace Hansen joins us today for Kidcaster!
He's no ordinary student: This Kid To Know is becoming the voice of change in his school district.
This Kid to Know is turning castaways to wearable works of art.
What these Kids To Know do every morning is making a huge
difference in some student's lives.
It's a gift teenagers hope to get, rather than give. But this Kid To Know couldn't wait to turn over the keys.
A former kid to know was recognized at the Governor's Mansion today.
Spanish students at Blue Ridge High School drove a half hour to face their toughest critics.