CHAMPAIGN (WCIA) -- From junior college baseball to making game changing plays in Big Ten football, it's been quite the year for Illinois freshman Mac Resetich. This time last year the Spring Valley native had plans to play baseball at Blawk Hawk Community College, then the Illini reached out with a late offer to play for his home state school. Resetich jumped on board, committing the same day he signed on the opening day of the period, and is making a difference in the stretch run for the Illini secondary. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound safety picked off a second half pass in the Indiana game on Saturday.
Julie Adcock from the Champaign County Farm Bureau Foundation joins Jacob on the Morning Show for Ag in the Classroom to talk more about pine cones.
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Illinois basketball returns home 2-1 after its first road trip of the young season, a good mark that included the Big Ten opener at Rutgers and two Top 25 match-ups.
Illinois women’s basketball is still looking for its first win of the season against a high major opponent after falling in the Big Ten Conference opener 84-48 to No. 25 Michigan.
Santa made an appearance in Champaign for kids needing a different kind of visit with "jolly old Saint Nick."
The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Falcons are shooting for a cure.
The Doug's Compounding Pharmacy building in Paxton is back in the hands of the Hudson family.
Former Illinois cornerback Tahveon Nicholson is transferring to the University of Mississippi, he announced Saturday on social media.
Four days after combining to score 66 in career-high performances, Marcus Domask and Terrence Shannon Jr. were held in check against No. 17 Tennessee. Domask had just six points. After only scoring four in the first half, Shannon bounced back in the second tying for a game high 22, but a 17-5 run for the Vols proved too much down the stretch.
Scores from around Illinois on Friday night, with highlights of conference games including Centennial and Danville.
The Edison Middle School boys basketball team is undefeated so far. But the coach is also making sure they understand the importance of community through volunteering.
It's that time of year to get your home ready for winter.
It’s been an emotional week for many who knew one Central Illinois lawmaker. Dec. 9 marks the one-year anniversary of the passing of late Champaign senator Scott Bennett.