A Thanksgiving favorite is made over!
Chuck reviews two big weekend pictures and an old favorite at The Art.
Ag Answers - FFA National Convention
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews St. Vincent and Listen Up Phillip.
Steve Ayers stops by to talk pumpkins.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews "John Wick" and "The Book of Life."
Film Critic Chuck Koplinski reviews the weekend box office for the week of 10/13
Managing that sugar buzz with healthier snacks.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski reviews "Fury," "Dracula," and "Alexander and the no good...Day."
Film Critic Chuck Koplinski reviews Gone Girl and two films at the Art Theater this weekend.
Host at Home - Fall sangria and pumpkin bruschetta
MONTICELLO -- The Sages take on the Unity Rockets in this week's spotlight game.
Cutting the calories from Orange Chicken
Use #X to let your friends know you’re about to drive and can’t respond until you arrive.
Food Facts - Pumpkin Spice Latte
Matt and Joe cooking breakfast casserole!
The color run is coming to Champaign on September 27th.
Chuck Koplinski joins us to talk about what's hot and what's not at the box office this weekend.
Pep Rally Part 2: The Tigers will host The Central Maroons in our spotlight game of the week!
The Urbana Tigers will host The Central Maroons in our spotlight game of the week!
Are college kids too connected to parents?
Update: 5:01 pm CHAMPAIGN -- Police hunt for a missing toddler, but turn up empty.
We answer all your health related questions in this mornings editon of Ask Your Family Physician.
A great dish to freshen up those veggies!
Homeless families in Champaign County
Friday Flicks with Chuck Koplinski
STEVE AYERS FROM THE U OF I EXTENSION
Rescuing one of your family's favorite recipes.
Bring your furry best friend to the "Bark for Life" event to support the American Cancer Society.
In this edtion of "Ask Your Family Physician" one question asks "As I age, what are tips or tricks to keep my metabolism high?"
Sandy Mason goes to the C-U Herb Garden to talk about culinary herbs in this edition of In the Garden
CHAMPAIGN -- This weekend is the 42nd Annual Arthur Cheese Festival.
MAHOMET -- The Morning Show goes live with the Mahomet-Seymour Bulldogs.
Film Critic Chuck Koplinski joins us to talk about The November Man, When the Game Stands Tall, & Sin City: A Dame to Die For.
The World's Biggest Grill joins us to kick off the tailgate season.
Q1: Area crop tours recently have indicated record yield potential throughout the area. What did the tours find? -Douglas County Farm Bureau found an average of 206.9 bpa with range of 159-263 bpa -Some Gray Leaf Spot observed in corn and even hail damaged corn near Tuscola yielded 180 Q2: So next crop survey came from Topflight Grain covering Piatt County and part of Champaign and Macon Counties. What were their results? -Topflight Grain found an average of 210 bpa. Range was from 185 to 243 bpa -They also do a soybean pod count and they found an average of 55 pods per plant compared to last years 32. Range from 46 to 68 Q3: Premier Coop covers Champaign County and parts of Vermilion, Ford and Douglas Counties. Their results? -Average was 221 bpa. Former record was 2009 at 194 bpa -All 21 regions were over 200 bpa, ranging from 203 to 257 bpa Q4: Pro Farmer did a tour of the major corn producing states and Illinois was the "garden spot". What were their results? -Illinois 196.6, up from 170 year ago and 3 year average of 149 -USDA is estimating a record 188 for Illinois Q5: The rains that are producing record yields are also perfect conditions for the "fungus amongus", soybean diseases like Sudden Death Syndrome, Phytopthera, charcoal rot or white mold. What do you have here? -sudden death syndrome or SDS -first discovered in Arkansas in 1971, worst when soy planted into cool wet soil and when heavy summer rains saturate soil -SDS overwinters in soil -usually in small area often in wet or compacted areas -then infected areas enlarge -some varieties are less sensitive, but none are resistant -avoid early planting
Cheryl Bautch from Family Services joins us to give some tips on Helping Your Children with homework.
In this edition of In the Garden Sandy Mason with the U of I Extension takes a trip to the Herb Garden and talks with a member of the C-U Herb Society.
Jesse Miller U of I Teaching Lab Speciaist joins us for Chemist Corner and shows us a special science style version of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Sandy Mason from the U of I Extension joins us to talk about Tropical Plants.
In this edition of "Ask Your Family Physician" one viewer wants to know if there is any way to help a baby with a cold get rid of their excess fluids.
Film Critic Chuck Koplinski joins us for Friday Flicks to talk about If I stay and Magic in the Moonlight.
LAUREN AND ANNIE MURRAY FROM L.A. GOURMET ARE HERE THIS MORNING. bacon wrapped shrimp in a house made chipotle barbecue sauce. Soak the bamboo skewers in water, to keep from burning during grilling. Partially cook the bacon; cut in half, and let cool on paper towels. Wrap the bacon around the shrimp, and skewer with bamboo through the point where the bacon ends meet (to keep from unraveling). Skewer 3 to 5 shrimp per bamboo. Combine the BBQ sauce, oil, chipotle, lemon juice, mustard, chile flakes, black pepper and cayenne in a blender and puree. Separate the sauce in half, one for basting and one for dipping. Cook the bacon-wrapped shrimp on a grill over medium heat. When the shrimp begin to turn pink, begin basting with the chipotle sauce. Serve with the remaining sauce on the side for dipping.
Preview: Urbana Sweetcorn Festival
Current: Hunger Action Month
Cheryl Bautch of Family Services joins us to talk about ways to help your children deal with the loss of a pet.
Sandy Mason from the U of I extension joins us to talk about plants you can begin growing now as we head into fall.
CHAMPAIGN -- The first day of school can bring out a range of emotions for your kids.