Like us on

Rantoul man gets 10 years for DUI crash

Judge Adam Dill on Monday sentenced 33 year-old Juan Gaspar Miguel-Juan after Miguel-Juan earlied admitted to a charge of aggravated DUI. Miguel-Juan faced a sentence ranging from probation up to 12 years behind bars.

Loading Video...
Local

Need a building? Someday you may just hit 'print'

Need a building? Someday you may just hit 'print'

Champaign-based lab testing 3-D printing technology that affordably constructs sturdy edifices on site using readily-available resources.

Local

The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Sept. 24, 2017

The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Sept. 24, 2017

We asked 10 UI grads who've gone on to big things to tell us about the Campustown places and spaces that made the most indelible impressions on them.

Living

Getting Personal: Matt Difanis

Getting Personal: Matt Difanis

Staff writer Melissa Merli chats with the 41-year-old from Mahomet who is a real-estate broker, owner of RE/MAX Realty Associates in Champaign and president-elect of the Illinois Realtors trade organization.

Business

Wired In: Matt Caesar

Wired In: Matt Caesar

Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the UI computer-science professor and co-founder of Veriflow, whose software helps model and manage networks so as to protect them from vulnerabilities and outages.

Top News

election section front link
Mon, 09/25/2017 - 3:05pm

Lovie: 'Something is wrong'

Lovie: 'Something is wrong'

Illinois coach all for having educated opinion, sharing it


Mon, 09/25/2017 - 3:33pm

Rantoul man gets 10 years for DUI crash that injured 12-year-old

Rantoul man's DUI sentencing

Judge Adam Dill on Monday sentenced Juan Gaspar Miguel-Juan after Miguel-Juan earlied admitted to a charge of aggravated DUI.



Sun, 09/24/2017 - 4:02pm

Mixed reviews over anthem antics

87895_0925_loca_1_take_a_knee.jpg

NFL-Trump dispute plays out before Sunday's games


 

News by Section

All News Local State National

Video

Loading Video...

    Business

    Champaign-born developer headed to prison for fraud in Quad Cities

    UI grad Todd Raufeisen was sentenced to six years for defrauding 22 investors out of $1.7 million between 2010 and 2016. While he had worked on projects in Champaign and Savoy, those cities said they were not affected by his crimes.

    Living

    Travel/Missouri River, Part II: In the footsteps of Lewis and Clark

    We recommend flying into Bismarck, N.D., which is located on the Missouri, and renting a car for this leg of the Lewis and Clark trip to the headwaters of the Missouri.

     

    WDWS

    On the Air

    Eric HarleyRed Eye Radio (12-4am) with Eric Harley, Gary McNamara

    This program keeps night owls and early risers informed on the latest news throughout the country.

    Recent bookings from the Champaign County Correction Center. View all

     

    Twitter