In Wednesday's newspaper, we've got more political coverage as the election draws near, word of plans for a new family emergency shelter, and some soul-searching for the Illini football team.
In his Wednesday column, political editor Tom Kacich writes that incumbents enjoy huge fundraising advantages in all three state legislative races in Champaign and Vermilion counties.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we're planning stories on protection for the Mahomet Aquifer, a Champaign teachers' contract and in Sports, a look at the Cardinals' unlikey progress through the playoffs.
In Saturday's newspaper, the tragedy of a contaminated steroid drug touches a Champaign woman, we update plans for development at First and Windsor, and there's lots going on in sports.
In Friday's newspaper, we're writing about a proposed change to Urbana's liquor code, we'll continue our pre-election coverage and in Sports, well preview the Bulls-Cavs NBA exhibition and look at the Illini football team's offensive woes.
As Election Day nears, we’d like to hear what matters to you: If you could speak to one candidate at any level of government about the issue that matters most to you, whom would you pick and what would you say?
In Wednesday's newspaper, we continue our election advance coverage, look at record spending in a congressional campaign, attend an event honoring a UI scientist and visit with a prep Hall of Fame basketball coach.
In Friday's newspaper, we'll have stories about Urbana's climate action plan, volunteers needed for a survey of the homeless in CU, and Illini coach Tim Beckman feeling the heat.
In Thursday's newspaper, there will be no cease-fire in negative ads in a congressional race, there's a new kind of flu shot being offered and work goes on at a Champaign landmark house.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we're planning stories about the angry Illinois electorate, Chicago companies wooing UI engineering students and the prep playoff picture.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about the UI chancellor's town hall meeting, a cool September and Illini football trying to overcome the "snowball effect."