Update: 2:04 pm HOOPESTON -- An autopsy is set for a man who was shot and killed.
Drew Wilder takes us into the kitchen of Cafe Zojo to see what goes into their quiche!
This year's festival will have a cajun flare.
Jesse Miller shows us how to gather finger prints.
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Latest: 6:18 pm, 2/26/14, Wednesday DELAND -- A Piatt County school is $10,000 richer.
Cynthia, Drew, Lisa, and Jillian get an ice skating lesson at the U of I's Ice Arena in honor of the winter games.
Rachel Zubricky is looking for her 4th straight 10K win. But the reigning two-time runner up is hoping to finally catch her.
Chuck previews Robocop and The Monuments Men
Cattle Bandits play the Friday Jam!
Greg Boldt was denied health insurance because of his weight and high blood pressure. He was determined to get coverage for his family, and that meant getting in shape -- using any motivation he could.
Colin started running to lose weight, and now his motivation is growing -- a little more each day.
ILLINOIS -- Illinois Senator Dale Righter (R) says Governor Quinn's State of the State didn't properly address the state's economic troubles.
How to refuel your body after working out.
Four day festival to bring tens of thousands of people to Vermilion County.
The Third Wheels play a few songs for the Friday Jam
A few secret ingredients set this chili apart from the rest!
Lou DiBello and David Howie play your requests
Come home to a homemade, warm, and healthy slow cooker meal with this recipe.
Illinois police are ready to enforce a slew of new laws that went into effect on Jan. 1st. WCIA 3's Cynthia Bruno puts how they get ready to implement the laws in perspective.
School board members will be voting on Central High School's new location tonight. President, Laurie Bonnett, tells us what goes into making the decision.
LA Gourmet puts a unique spin on entertaining for the holidays.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS-- Police officers, former addicts, and state lawmakers all saw there's been a dramatic increase in heroin use in central Illinois.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS- Mentors are making a big difference in central Illinois, but there aren't enough of them.
Make over your macaroni and cheese by sneaking in vegetables and fiber.
Doctor and patient discuss the benefits of this new breakthrough procedure.
The Morning Show Team takes on a ghost hunt in Onarga.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Local police are offering tips to keep kids safe this Halloween.
Area kindergarten students got a lesson in agriculture complete with live animals.
The JMT Trio plays The Morning Show.
Our science expert, Mats Selen, answers your questions. He explains the God particle in a haiku and tells us how a Thermos works.
Flu season is here, and doctors say one of the best ways to stay healthy is to get a flu shot.
From how much sleep you need to the best treatment for acne scars, Dr. Dawn Brunner from Christie Clinic answers your questions.
Cut back on sugar and bad-for-you oils with this homemade pumpkin granola.
The Parrish Brothers play on The Morning Show.
Make your Halloween party a hit with guests by scoring these scary good deals that come at a delicious price.
Halloween will be here before you know it. Michelle Madaras is getting us into the spooky spirit with some D.I.Y. decorations.
Sweet potato casserole is a tasty dish to satisfy your comfort food cravings.
Celebrating our Wonderful Ones on 9/13/13.
CHAMPAIGN-- Teachers in Champaign voted Wednesday to authorize a strike, but the school district says they're confident it won't come to that.
A new surgical technique is helping patients with breast cancer.
Changes to healthcare laws mean you and your family need to start thinking about your insurance plan now.
In today's Do-It-Yourself, Michelle Madaras is getting us ready for kickoff this football season.
This dry spell has farmers worried about their crops.
Rep. Rodney Davis sits down with The Morning Show's Cynthia Bruno for a live interview about the United States involvement in Syria.
Brushville plays the Friday Jam.
Leia Kedem helps clean up the chocolate brownies we know and love.
Jennifer Wayland shares some interesting maps that teach us more about the world at large
University of Illinois physics professor, Mats Selen, explains how heat lightning and gravity work.
Dr. Bill Hemmer says one simple move will take away back pain in 15 seconds.