For the most part the bills cut spending at University of Illinois and other colleges by about 6.5 percent, but that's much less than the 31.5 percent reduction that Gov. Bruce Rauner has proposed.
There are lots of great movies celebrating the youthful perspective on the education system's seasonal shutdown.
Films of this sort live and die by their set pieces and Kenan is able to stage them in such a way that more than a few genuine scares are delivered.
Sarge was a boxer mix that Koeneman said they rescued from the Humane Society about four years ago after seeing him featured as the pet of the week in The News-Gazette. Epi was a whippet mix that they had just about a year.
A Champaign man was in custody within minutes of allegedly robbing a bank in the heart of Champaign Thursday morning.
The high end is more than twice the $200 hourly rate paid to UI President Timothy Killeen when he was transitioning to his new job from his former post at the State University of New York.
A Senate committee rejected a portion of Gov. Bruce Rauner's "Turnaround Agenda," dealing a not-unexpected blow to his plans for workers' compensation system changes.
Local legislators are cautioning groups dependent on state revenue to prepare for a long summer of uncertainty.
Looking for an adrenaline rush this summer? The Midwest is full of places to get your fix.
Bill would change how dispatch centers are funded.