Police say the truck driver hit the gas pedal instead of the brake prior to crashing into the building.
Suspended roadwork on Illinois 130, a new playground at Glenn Park, the quality of pizza in Champaign schools, Planned Parenthood services, a long-vacant storefront in downtown Champaign, a delayed apartment project in Champaign ...
With 70,000 square feet of available space for lease, Champaign shopping center's future not looking so bright.
"We've had so many orders, I'm running out of disk space on my computer."
Every week, we'll show you a short clip of a spin somewhere in the area in a 1986 Corvette. Your job? Figure out where the video was shot.
Limited number of spaces has been an ongoing issue.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, some of you put together a novel — all about beauty.
10 questions about news that broke— from a big act coming to the Virginia Theatre to another big name leaving the UI — in last week's News-Gazette and news-gazette.com.
A salute to those who served: Savoy man was shot just 48 hours into his first combat mission
Attorneys for a Champaign police officer accused of sex crimes have asked a judge to reconsider an order that he be evaluated under the Sexually Dangerous Persons Act.
Road closures are scheduled for this week
By today, the city of Danville may have more than 100 applicants ready for testing to be a police officer or firefighter.
Getting Personal is a Q&A with a local personality. Here, 34-year-old Champaign attorney Matthew Duco, an up-and-coming Democrat, chats with The News-Gazette's Paul Wood.
Studio Visit is a Q&A with a local artist. Here, Kemal Nance, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Illinois in African-American studies and a lecturer for Dance at Illinois.