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Every time a family's home is badly damaged or destroyed in a fire, the Urbana Fire Department does something out of the ordinary to help... [Read More]
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Champaign teachers could strike by December. [Read More]
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Police are sharing what they say is behind an increase in shootings in Champaign and Urbana. [Read More]
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When Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday as a Category 4 storm, it brought 150 miles per hour winds, 14-foot storm surges, flash floods and heavy... [Read More]
Several fire departments and State Police responded to a crash that left a semi and another vehicle in a ditch. [Read More]
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Teachers are one step closer to striking after contract negotiations didn't go their way. [Read More]
Instead of words, one teenager's life was honored with silence at Unity High School's homecoming football game. [Read More]
The Effingham police chief awarded a teenager after they say he stopped a domestic violence situation from getting worse. [Read More]
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Four central Illinois EMTs were deployed to help victims of Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
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The Young Eagles organization will be giving kids the chance to go on a free plane ride and even learn to pilot themselves. [Read More]
People have been noticing an ongoing problem of drivers speeding, especially in areas where kids walk to school. [Read More]
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Parkland students showed off surgery skills Tuesday. [Read More]
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URBANA, Ill. (WCIA) --The Urbana school board meeting was flooded with concern from parents and teachers as they pled with the district to stop fights... [Read More]
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The village board adopted an ordinance that prohibits people in town from having livestock on their property within the village limits. [Read More]
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The fire department is investigating after a house caught fire Thursday evening. [Read More]
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People in downtown Urbana have high hopes after hearing the Landmark Hotel has been sold. [Read More]
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The school district is working on a new program to get kids out of the classroom and focus on skill-based learning, instead of sitting at... [Read More]
Tuesday, conservation police finished interviewing witnesses regarding the death of 63-year old Michael Dailey. [Read More]
Parents came to Monday night's school board meeting demanding change after they say some bus stops aren't safe for kids. [Read More]
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The pouring rain didn't stop these people from setting up their tailgate parties before the Illini game but some ran into a problem they didn't... [Read More]
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