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The World Health Organization says about 15 percent of the world's adult has some degree of hearing loss. They... [Read More]
URBANA, Ill. (WCIA) -Parents are reacting after learning why their assistant superintendent was put on leave. [Read More]
A woman was left on the bank of a pond after her car went sliding into the water was helped to safety by a co-worker. [Read More]
Three organizations teamed up with Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church to give away Thanksgiving meals. [Read More]
Experts for tips that can make your commute even safer. [Read More]
Crews are prepared to clear out the snow overnight to make the morning commutes easier and safer. [Read More]
A group that's focused on ending violence in the area met again. [Read More]
Carle held its flu shot drive thru to make the process easier for families. [Read More]
Lodgic Everyday Community is another step closer to opening its doors. [Read More]
Health officials are pushing even more for people to get their flu shots this season. [Read More]
The Penguin Project is getting its head in the game as they prepare for the latest production, High School Musical Junior. [Read More]
Carle has its annual flu shot drive this weekend. [Read More]
Tariffs could hit shoppers in their pocket big this holiday season. [Read More]
Keller Williams is sending a helping after Florence battered the east coast. [Read More]
The 4th annual Urbana Art Expo took place this weekend. [Read More]
Children will get out of school early again because of the hot temperatures. [Read More]
CU Pride Fest wrapped up a busy weekend. [Read More]
The coroner has identified the 71-year-old man struck and killed while riding his bike Saturday morning. [Read More]
More than 300 people showed up at the Heart Walk helping raise $45,000. [Read More]
A 67-year- old woman was killed in crash. [Read More]
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