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Brian W. Davis is facing decades in prison for engaging in an international child porn ring and sexually abusing a child at the Crisis Nursery in Urbana.
When Illinois football opens Saturday against Murray State, Bill Cubit will be watching. And rooting.
On Sundays, Paul Wood spotlights a high-tech difference-maker. This week, the CEO of redC Robotics in Urbana, a company that makes adaptable underwater robots.
Midwest native is vice president of business development.
Documents obtained by the WDWS newsroom via the Freedom of Information Act show Seth Stevens was terminated on Aug. 19, 2016.
Wisconsin is the new No. 1. Illinois drops to 3rd.
Thanks to a season-opening shutout of Peoria Richwoods, Champaign Central takes over the top spot. Not far behind: Danville, which visits Tommy Stewart Field on Friday.
How sweet it is to be a Cubs fan these days. With the Cardinals and Pirates in the rearview mirror, J.J. Lockwood says the Cubs are starting to count down their magic number.
UI's American Indian Studies program under review after director's departure. "How do we rebuild with so many significant scholars in the field who just left? It's like you lost your starting lineup."
A person wearing a disguise entered Ted’s Home Beverage in Hoopeston late Sunday and, brandishing a handgun, took cash
The personnel running the giant video scoreboard do so from the Bielfeldt Athletic Administration Building, huddled in a room that features dozens of monitors, countless cords and a control board in the middle.
Rick Bednar's service wasn't anything like the Robin Williams movie, but he did get to work with a pre-'Wheel of Fortune' Pat Sajak.