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Champaign police said he man entered Central Illinois Bank, 302 W. Springfield Ave., and demanded money. He didn’t display a weapon but implied he had one.
Having children later in life has its challenges — and its rewards, too
Among the new things in an ever-changing environment: Collaboration spaces, 'Idea Labs,' a video-production studio, 'informatics labs' and a 'visualization wall.'
Supreme Court majority deals 'serious blow' to governmental principles.
King Li will start Oct. 1 and make $650,000 a year.
Principal Joe Williams says he measures the temperature and humidity in three classrooms — one on each floor — and calculates a "feels-like" temperature using an online heat-index calculator.
Faculty, administrators agree that increasing interest is the best model to sustain the program in the current budget climate.
'Retention cases' — professors who received other offers and were seeking incentives to stay — were up 41 percent in the same period.
Resistance is futile, but that didn’t stop news columnists and editorial writers from expressing outrage over last week’s Illinois Supreme Court decision striking the anti-gerrymandering constitutional amendment from the fall ballot.
Residents are urged to schedule an appointment to drop off their unwanted electronics during the next event, set for 8 to 11 a.m. Oct. 15 at Parkland College.
The retired lawyer is hoping to become second member of his family to get a patent with device that wakes people with sleep apnea when they stop breathing.
The Bismarck-Henning and Rossville-Alvin school boards are meeting today to continue discussions on forming a cooperative high school.