CHAMPAIGN -- This is a scene from area streets earlier Wednesday.
HOOPESTON -- The water woes continue for residents, but there could be an end in sight.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- You may see some improvements in your water services.
Update: 2:55 pm, 7/24/14, Thursday OGDEN -- People don't have to boil their water anymore.
CHAMPAIGN -- One group wants to stop the dumping of chemical waste at the Clinton Landfill which is over the Mahomet Aquifer.
DANVILLE -- Aqua Illinois customers may notice a change in the taste of their tap water this month.
HOOPESTON -- People are frustrated with their water and the city.
NEWMAN -- Farmers are responding to claims they're to blame for polluting our water.
RANTOUL -- Repairs need to be made to keep the town's water safe and village leaders want a meat processing plant to help foot the bill.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Since people in the area don't have a second source of water, local leaders continue fighting to keep the Mahomet Aquifer safe.
FARMER CITY - The city called in the Illinois American Water company to fix the pipes.
VERMILION COUNTY -- The winter weather is affecting the quality of water.
FARMER CITY -- It's day 14 and one area woman is still without water.
DOUGLAS COUNTY -- Roads across Central Illinois were covered in water. Some were more like rivers after the storm. Police warn drivers to stay off rural roads and not try to drive through standing or moving water.
DECATUR -- This winter's wet weather is making a big difference for the city.
EDGAR COUNTY -- People in Chrisman are trying to find out what caused a leak in their water tower.
Latest: 10:06 pm, 2/18/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN -- A plan to excavate a retention pond will move forward.
Update: 10:07 pm DECATUR -- A multimillion dollar project could help protect the city from drought.
DECATUR -- A citywide project is getting underway and it could help keep your water bill down.
MONTICELLO -- People will soon be paying more for water.
GIFFORD -- The boil order was lifted Friday, but things aren't completely fixed yet.
CHAMPAIGN -- Families at St. Matthew's School came together to lend a hand to tornado victims in Gifford.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- Gas prices may be up, but water use is down at some businesses which are Going Green.
DOUGLAS COUNTY -- Water is back on at the Douglas County Jail which means inmates are moving back in.
ELLIOT -- The village is under a boil order because of water main break. Residents should boil their water before using it. The boil order is in effect until further notice.
VILLA GROVE -- "What was supposed to be an easy fix, turned out to be a four-foot trench all through the backyard." People say their landlord won't fix the problem and it's left them without water for weeks.
GEORGETOWN -- A deal with Sunrise Coal could add $1,500 a day to the city's bank account.
STATE LINE CITY, IN -- Several people in her community were without water for days, but instead of waiting for help, she took matters into her own hands.
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois State Fairgrounds just got a little greener.
CHARLESTON -- A man takes on high waters in his boat and almost drowns.
PEORIA -- Homeowners are in the middle of a massive cleanup.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- An important part of race day is keeping runners hydrated.
CHAMPAIGN -- One man says he's fed up with flood waters on his street and he's calling on his neighbors for help.
DECATUR -- Business owners will be hit hard and forced to pay thousands more to the city, but some say it's better than the alternative.
DECATUR -- Residents will soon pay more for water.
DECATUR -- Snow from this week's storm is starting to melt and that's a good thing for the city.
DECATUR -- Water could get more expensive if city leaders agree to raise rates.
Update: 10:08 pm
DECATUR -- The city council approved a plan to partner with ADM to increase emergency water supplies.
CHAMPAIGN -- Beer is one of the big attractions during "Unofficial" St. Patrick's Day.
DECATUR -- The city will get thousands in a lawsuit settlement.
HOMER -- The mayor wants the village board to take another look at a controversial contract.
HOMER -- The village board will not vote on a water and sewer agreement Monday night.
CHAMPAIGN -- A group of University of Illinois students are rolling out a new product to help you take care of your plants. Eduardo Torrealba said he got the idea when he and his wive couldn't keep their basil plant alive.
DELAND -- Residents in a Piatt County town are concerned their water is unhealthy.
SPRINGFIELD -- If you're thinking about buying a used car anytime soon, you might want to do a little extra research on it first.
HOMER -- The village board meets Monday night to discuss selling water to a coal mining company.
MAHOMET -- Another road block for plans to build a water treatment plan in the village.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- City leaders in various parts of Central Illinois are anxious to protect the Mahomet aquifer as a "sole source."
HOMER -- Village board members will discuss a proposed mine in the area at Monday meeting.
DECATUR -- Tuesday, Lake Decatur reached its lowest level since last year, and it's still losing water.