Update: 6:18 pm, 12/3/14, Wednesday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The Marching Illini took the field at Memorial Stadium, but it wasn't for practice or a game.
ILLINOIS -- With more cases of Ebola popping up in the U.S., medical staff in Central Illinois are on guard.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Even though there's no medicine to combat Ebola, area doctors and hospitals are still getting prepared, just in case.
Dr. Daniel Bronson-Lowe, a preventionist at Carle, is here to help explain Ebola and hopefully lesson our worries.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI students watched a dorm room go up in flames.
Update: 5:48 pm ILLINOIS -- A carbon monoxide leak sent more than 70 school kids to the hospital this week.
Update: 10:12 pm CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- A familiar stretch of I-74 between Champaign and Danville is a priority location for traffic safety officials.
SEYMOUR -- If you could do one thing to keep your kids away from drugs, you'd do it. A treatment and prevention center says it has the secret you're looking for.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI counselors are offering hope during Suicide Prevention Week.
CHAMPAIGN -- Bergner’s is partnering with "STOMP Out Bullying" for Blue Shirt Day, World Day of Bullying Prevention.
VILLA GROVE -- What should be the best night of a teen's life could easily end in tragedy, so the fire department wants teens going to prom to take a lesson from what they've seen.
SPRINGFIELD, MO -- One community is using classical music to fight crime.
CHAMPAIGN -- Police urge you to do one thing after your morning commute.
Part Two: Fire Prevention with Tolono Fire Department
CHAMPAIGN -- Experts say domestic violence and sexual assault issues have gotten worse over the years and there are many families suffering right here in Central Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD -- Kids from around the state are working together to put an end to violence.
SPRINGFIELD -- An identity theft prevention program takes place Friday.
CHAMPAIGN -- The police department is doing its part to reduce crime.
DECATUR -- A home is broken into every :11 in this country.
The Decatur Fire Department is reminding residents to change batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend when they change their clocks.
A local group was recognized for its professionalism.
Update: 6:09 pm February 7, 2012
When most of us think of terrorism, 9/11 or Oklahoma City comes to mind.