Leron Black (nine points, four rebounds) and Rayvonte Rice (six points) have led Illinois to 31-25 halftime advantage
A step-by-step guide for what (not) to do when your furnace stops working on the coldest day of the year.
"They were actually cooking meth going down the road."
The four candidates for mayor of Champaign — incumbent Don Gerard and challengers Karen Foster, Deborah Frank Feinen and Joe Petry — faced off Monday in a forum at IBEW Local 601 and hosted by the AFL-CIO of Champaign County.
The 50 percent tuition waivers that have gone to the children of state university employees for many years may be an endangered species.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a woman struck and run over by a Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District bus claims the MTD was negligent in allowing the bus driver to be at the wheel.
An Illinois House committee Wednesday adopted bills urging school districts to allow students to wash their hands, another requiring Chicago Public Schools to offer students 10 minutes of recess every day and a third mandating that school districts inform students about the dangers of "sexting."
At 10 a.m., Tom Kacich asks one question of a Champaign mayoral candidate. Today: Don Gerard answers “Why do you want to be mayor of Champaign?”
Animal Control expenses outpace revenue.
Faced with the prospect of several thousand empty seats on Senior Night, the University of Illinois gave away 3,300 student tickets for tonight's basketball home season finale.
The odd blend of residential, commercial and industrial uses has no zoning, no sidewalks, no drainage, for the most part no sanitary sewers, and streets with more potholes than pavement.
Where can genealogical researchers go to attend any one of 150 genealogical seminars/workshops to be taught by more than 80 experts in their field?