The milkshake is a summer staple, but it can pack a lot of calories and fat. But now, the recipe is rescued.
ILLINOIS--School is out for the summer, but with the fun of summer break comes a serious problem. For some children, school is the only place where they get regular meals.
"Whys Guys" Special Edition: Arthur Fireworks Show
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Being out and about can lead to quick hunger fixes that derail diets. But packing a cooler yourself, can help you stay on track.
Females, more than any other group, suffer ACL injuries in their knee. But a way to prevent it is gaining popularity.
Friday Jam - Elis Artz Quintet
The film version of a Broadway smash, the year's funniest comedy are on area bigscreens this weekend. Here to give us the scoop is film critic Chuck Koplinski.
Classic Events Catering is in the kitchen to help us kick off summer - Today they're featuring a cocktail with blackberry lemonade -- a white pizza topped with a salad.
Obesity is currently a big problem in our country. But research shows, some of the most popular beliefs about why, are wrong.
WE'RE RESCUING YOUR FAMILY RECIPE FOR LASAGNA. CUTTING CALORIES, BUT KEEPING IT A FAMILY FAVORITE.
Sandy Mason from the U of I extension takes us In the Garden.
A challenging economy has highlighted the need for all of us to have good money management skills, and it’s never too early to begin teaching those skills to our children. As parents, we not only teach our children how money works but we also convey to our children our values about money.
Pet on the Set features Mobile Mutts to tell us about their organization and upcoming events such as "Yappy Hour."
Our Why's Guy Mats Selen joins us to talk about the Physics of toys.
A local photographers pictures landed him his own art show.
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Our health expert cuts hundreds of calories out of a family favorite!
A new study finds volunteering can keep teens from becoming depressed and may stop them from making risky decisions.
Dr. Nathan Walker from Christie Clinic joins us to answer your medical questions. One viewer asks if there is a good way to stop inflamation with out medicine?
Delbert's has dad looking good whether it's casual or dressy!
Chemist Corner - How fireworks get their color
A health expert from Carle trims the fat on chicken salad.
LaDonna Jenkins from Carle Joins us for Food Facts as we take a closer look at chicken salad, and find ways to cut the calories.
June is National Rose Month, and we have tips to keep your garden growing strong, even in the summer heat.
A big budget sic-fi epic and a new take on an old tale are on area big screens this weekend. Film critic Chuck Koplinski is here to tell us about Edge of Tomorrow and Maleficent.
A Champaign business builds the machines that peal into your packaged fruit.
ILLINOIS -- Your kids can still drown up to 72 hours after they're out of the pool.
Dermatologist Jeremy Youse joins the morning show with an important reminder, after one skin cancer survivor shares her story.
Local Survivor: Kay's Story
The longer you're in debt, the more being in debt will cost you.
Kevan Melchiorre, VP & Private Wealth Advisor for Busey Wealth Management discusses Why $1M May Not Be Enough to Retire.
our Dr. will be answering any medical questions you may have. Our Dr.'s are very knowledgeable in many different areas, so don't be afraid to ask. one viewer want to know why accupuncture isn't accepted as a treatment across the medical field.
Here to give us fair warning is film critic Chuck Koplinski. Let's look at "A Million Ways to Die in the West," "Chef" and "Blended."
It's grilling season, and L.A. Gourmet has a recipe that's sure to satisfy your guests' expectations.
Central Illinois women went to Haiti to help support an orphanage started by an area couple.
Gil Schleef found a way to keep a closed Legion Post alive.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS--Three of four central Illinois middle school students say they're being touched inappropriately at school.
Maria Martinez is giving kids the opportunity she never had.
Bob Rowe from Classic Events Catering shows us how to put a delicious twist on grilling.
The latest superhero epic and a classic comedy are on area big screens this weekend. Here to get us up to speed on all things movies is film critic Chuck Koplinski.
The Morning Show Crew had a doggone good start to their Friday.
ILLINOIS -- Pew Research reports 37% U.S. households headed by someone under 40 have student debt. That's the highest the rate's been.
Our expert makes a breakfast favorite leaner and meaner.
Chuck Koplinski reviews Godzilla and Million Dollar Arm.
Michael's Catering gives us tips about how to make hosting a graduation party at home a little bit easier.
ILLINOIS-- More Illinois children live in poverty and the organizations that help them are running out of money.
The spring weather has a lot of people thinking about taking on big projects, or even buying a new house. Kathy Sweedler tells us how to make sure we get the best loan possible.
The Champaign Police Department is making sure you have your seat belt on.
Film Critic Chuck Koplinski reviews Neighbors, Fading Gigolo, and The Lunchbox.