Former President Barack Obama, the target of an enthusiastic recruiting campaign for commencement this year, was apparently a “no,” deciding to make his first public appearance as ex-president at the University of Chicago instead.
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With the University of Illinois celebrating birthday No. 150 this year, we caught up with hundreds of graduates who've gone on to greatness. Today, in Part 24: Gone but not forgotten.
Staff writer Melissa Merli chats with the 60-year-old social worker and executive director of Rape Advocacy, Counseling and Education Services in Urbana.
The plan is a response to recent violence that culminated last week with multiple shooting incidents that resulted in lockdowns at Danville schools on multiple days and a weekend shooting that injured one.
Rio M. Franklin, 25, was arrested Monday in West Chicago on a Champaign County warrant charging him with aggravated robbery.
State Rep. Carol Ammons, D-Urbana, announced Tuesday that she has formed an exploratory committee to decide whether to run in 2018 for Congress in Illinois' 13th District.
University of Illinois geology professor Patricia Gregg's class performed a 'Trashcano' experiment on Tuesday morning to simulate a massive eruption. The eye-catching show took place near Huff Hall in Champaign.
Josh Whitman touched on a number of topics during his 45-minute address, including budgetary concerns — Illinois generated $91.6 million in revenue for fiscal year 2016 while spending $97.8 million.
A team of outside reviewers said the UI should create a new vice chancellor to better coordinate wide-ranging — and sometimes redundant — efforts to improve diversity.
Charges dismissed: A Champaign teen confined to a wheelchair said the information she had previously given Champaign police detectives was not based on anything that she had personally witnessed.
The way Dr. David Fletcher sees it, soothing peacefulness can be found inside a sleek, water-and-Epsom-salt-filled tank. To feel better, just get in for an hour and float.
Residents said in his two years as president, Chuck Smock brought them closer together through his efforts to improve the community.