With recent flooding we will be talking about mold, and when it becomes a serious health risk. Also, there have been outbreaks of "hand, foot, mouth disease" and we'll be talking about common causes and ways to prevent it.
Chicago band previews their show at the Mariposa Festival in Champaign.
URBANA- The Sweetcorn Festival brings more than 55,000 people to town each year, but organizers need your help to keep it fun and free.
The Champaign County Humane Society joins us with a special guest, Gumball. There's information on how to adopt him or any of the other animals at the Champaign County Humane Society yours.
People in Gifford need skilled volunteers to help people rebuild.
A new study shows sunshine may be as addictive as heroin. Dr. Jeremy Youse from Christie Clinic explains what researchers found out about tanning.
Kathy Sweedler from the U of I Extension joins us to give us some tips on finding and using community resources throughout different stages of our lives. She'll also talk about the advantages of 2-1-1 to help point you in the right direction.
Teaching Lab Specialist Jesse Miller joins us to talk about a science experiment involving milk and dye that can help teach about surface tension. It's also a colorful fun experiment that can be done with the whole family. Check it out.
OAKWOOD -- The "Kickapoo Karvers" spruce-up the "Spooky Hallow" trail at Kickapoo State Park.
We are joined by Christie Clinic to help take kick some calories from a summer favorite -- frozen yogurt.
Dr. Dawn Brunner from Christie Clinic joins us to answer your medical questions. One viewer is having trouble with flexibility on their left side, and they want to know the cause. Check out this video to hear her expert advice.
Courage Connection helps women escape domestic abuse, find homes, and learn professional skills. The organization needs your help to keep helping others.
Gives ADM the ability to offer food and beverage companies a comprehensive suite of systems to enhance and improve their products.
Film critic Chuck Koplinski tells us whether the holiday weekend is a hit or a miss at the box office. He reviews Tammy, Deliver Me from Evil, and Earth to Echo.
A healthier option for your holiday cookout.
July 4th Hosting Ideas: Music & Technology
The amount of children living with grandparents is increasing. Cheryl Bautch of Family Services joins us to talk about about some the special challenges grandparents might face -- and some places they can get help in dealing with them.
ILLINOIS -- Summer is the most dangerous time on the roads in Illinois.
Our Drew Wilder had the chance to sit down with the organizers of the freedom celebration and talk about the festivities that will take place on July 4th.
In this editon of Why's Guys, Physics Professor Mats Selen explains the physics behind bending or curving a ball -- in sports including soccer, golf, and baseball.
Sandy Mason gives us some tips on plants that are good for creating privacy.
We are joined by Dermatologist Jeremey Youse for a special edition of "Ask Your Family Physician." One viewer wants to know if there is a way to prevent skin tags. Find the Answers to this and much more.
Host at Home: 4th of July Ideas
Hillary Devenanzio from PRP Wine International shares summer wine ideas and a fun dessert so you can host at home!
MONTICELLO -- It's that time of year again, the rodeo is here in Monticello.
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
Dollar Signs - Financial Soccer - Teaching Kids about Money - 6/25
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.
Join Relay For Life of Champaign County
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.