Judge Tom Difanis agreed to let Sedric Cooper out on his own recognizance but warned him that he better stay out of trouble because “emotions are running high” on the street and he didn’t want him to end up dead.
On Wednesdays throughout the school year, area students will fill us in on what's happening at their high schools:
The fifth-grade teacher at South View Upper Elementary School in Danville is known for making personal connections with his students.
The singer chatted with staff writer Paul Wood ahead of her performance Friday with Michael W. Smith at State Farm Center.
Supporters of the effort were disappointed but not surprised by administrators' response to a petition asking for the designation.
One driver died on the scene; the other passed away hours later after being airlifted to Carle Hospital.
Lynn Doran's debate skills have her representing Illinois in the American Farm Bureau Federation's annual meeting next month in Phoenix.
But others who were to become eligible for overtime under the changed federal rules won't be getting it for now, after a judge put the plan on hold.
After an emotional debate, aldermen also voted to reinstate the position of fire chief.
Though voters approved the change, one exiting Champaign County Board member said he thought it could still be challenged.
The Rossville-Alvin and Bismarck-Henning school boards will both vote next week to put the question on the April ballot.
After the first snowfall of the season, Champaign, Urbana and county workers are confident they'll have enough to last through winter.
The justices unanimously ruled that Samsung may not be required to pay all the profits it earned from 11 phones because the features it copied from the iPhone were only a part of its devices.