10 questions about news that broke— from Farm Aid's destination to Rayvonte Rice's next stop — in last week's News-Gazette and news-gazette.com.
15 questions answered today. Never too early to start thinking about next week.
“We’re waiting for the right place and the right time,” Pandamonium Doughnuts owner James Kyung said. “We don’t want to rush into anything.”
Every first Sunday in August, Mara Roughton knew where she was going to be: at Hessel Park, eating, laughing and making memories with her relatives at the annual Neal family reunion.
When Michael Hao came to the University of Illinois to study computer engineering in the fall of 2013, he wanted a part-time job to help with expenses but wasn't interested in bagging fast food.
"I don't know how there haven't been more accidents."
No one was reported injured.
Name the basketball court in State Farm Center in honor of Lou Henson. Now.
"Some people would have given up sooner."
We asked this week's panel of 10: What's the story behind the name of your brand, band, book or bloodhound?
"Being familiar with the town influenced my coming back."
The costs already incurred — Schock hasn't even been indicted — seem to indicate the seriousness of the investigation he's facing.
Both men told police they initially thought they were hearing fireworks but then realized it was gunfire and that they had each been hit once in the leg.
"You can tell a story not just with words but through camera angles and people's expressions and lighting. Just small things like that can impact a story and I find that fascinating and wonderful."