The secretary of state's driver services facility in Champaign will remain closed until next Tuesday and after that time the number of people allowed in the building will be restricted.
Our Champaign neighbor, Caleb Curtiss, is always grilling or smoking something amazing in his backyard.
A little parental embarrassment can keep kids honest. And maybe they won't worry so much about who's cool and who's not.
"I thought, the treatments aren't that easy to deal with, and I would make the most of the days I had."
Professor Tami Bond's phone rang. The voice at the other end said, "Can you have a confidential conversation?"
A Mahomet man who allegedly knocked a motorcyclist off his cycle, then dragged the cycle under his pickup truck for almost a mile before the truck went up in flames Tuesday evening is in police custody.
A University of Illinois environmental engineer who is measuring the effects of soot on global climate and human health has won a MacArthur Foundation "genius grant."
"It was as big a day as Urbana's had since ... I don't know when."
From Farm Aid '15 to Steven Salaita and more, here are followups to some of our stories.
Urbana officials this year plan to give as much as $300,000 — nearly all of it local tax money — to charitable causes.
The High School of St. Thomas More is a finalist for what the U.S. Department of Education considers its highest honor.
Wet, cool conditions across much of Illinois have put farmers behind schedule in bringing their corn in from the fields, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
The most recent issue of the free e-magazine, "Irish Lives Remembered Genealogy Magazine" features resources for tracing Irish ancestors in Illinois. Such information can be helpful for any nationality's research in Illinois.