A local photographers pictures landed him his own art show.
In Todays Friday Flicks -- talks about How to Train Your Dragon 2, The Fault in Our Stars and Only Lovers Left Alive.
Our health expert cuts hundreds of calories out of a family favorite!
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.
A Champaign business builds the machines that peal into your packaged fruit.
Gil Schleef found a way to keep a closed Legion Post alive.
Maria Martinez is giving kids the opportunity she never had.
Our expert makes a breakfast favorite leaner and meaner.
Our local family physician joins us to answer all of your health questions. In this edition topics range from e-cigs to "hand, foot, mouth" disease.
The Champaign Police Department is making sure you have your seat belt on.
Our expert trims calories and fat from this rich Mother's Day breakfast option!
Petry kicks off campaign today and joins Deb Feinen and Karen Foster in the race against incumbent Don Gerard.
US Congress discusses his time in central Illinois to help areas affected by November's disasters. Also discusses the Affordable Care Act.
Bringing out the tastes of spring with PRP Wine International
Alan Tammen is a 3 time winner of the President's service award.
IHOP’s New Brioche French Toast
Elaine lost the weight she put on during chemo therapy by walking.
Bob Rowe with Classic Events Catering
The U of I Police Department is taking part in Special Olympics' biggest fundraiser of the year.
Unit 4 is going through major changes. Our Cynthia Bruno had the chance to sit down with Unit 4 Superintendent, Dr. Judy Weigand, to talk about the changes that are in the works.
Chuck Koplinski reviews the weekend's box office
An adaptation of a best-selling novel and the big screen version of a cult TV show are on area big screens. Chuck Koplinski tells us about Divergent and Veronica Mars is film critic
Family Services explains how serious alcohol abuse is among seniors.
Latest: 10:28 am, 3/13/14, Thursday HOOPESTON -- A murder investigation reveals the victim may not have been the intended target.
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.
$1,000 available for students pursuing higher education
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.