In Saturday's News-Gazette, we're planning stories about endangered mussels moving to the area, a safe house for women and a preview of the Illini football game at Arizona State.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about the reopening of the Allerton park bridge, a pharmacy coming to downtown Champaign and third-party money pouring into the 13th District Congressional race.
In Friday's paper, we'll look at a possible development in downtown Champaign, endangered mussels relocated to the UI and a bunch of young guys who will probably play for the Illini in Saturday's football opener.
In Thursday's paper, we're planning stories about opening salvos in the political advertising wars, Isaac preparations and the countdown to Illini football.
We're planning lots of stories for Wednesday's paper, including reaction to the governor's gambling bill veto, a real soaker possible for the weekend and a look at a big weekend for Big Ten football.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll have coverage of the first day for the renovated UI Lincoln Hall theater, the growing international student body on campus and som advice for parents on how to maintain sanity now the school has started.
In Saturday's paper, we'll have stories about e-readers for a middle school, fans for soldiers and results from opening night of the prep football season.
In Friday's newspaper, we feature our annual prep football preview plus stories on the United Way's fundraising goal and a county board meeting dealing with Olympian Drive.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about safe driving in school zones, a project to take seeds to Zambia and a former Illini who will be captain of the basketball team at the upcoming Paralympics.
In Sunday's paper, we'll look at how Big Broadband may benefit C-U schools, talk with the new UI police chief and catch up with Meyers Leonard in Sports.