In Saturday's newspaper, will have stories about misleading letters about electric savings, more details on the arrests for a Champaign murder and an interview with a local Paralympian.
Here's a preview of some of the stories we're planning for Friday's newspaper: A rare rainy day, a hearing on a plan to dump hazardous waste in a landfill, and the Illini quest to win over Chicago.
In Thursday's newspaper, we're planning stories abut a possible expansion of Carle's emergency room, Champaign's storm cleanup and Gov. Quinn's tough day.
Stories in Wednesday's newspaper include an update on Champaign's food truck program, the Assembly Hall project on the move, and a Piatt running for office in Piatt County.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we're expecting stories about a big ground-breaking in Rantoul, stay-at-home dads and Illini football going out of the public eye.
In Sunday's newspaper, we're planning stories about the state of labor negotiations at the UI, a family experiencing joy in the midst of heartache and a feature about an Illini football star who wants to be a role model in his home town.
In Saturday's newspaper, we'll have stories about high crop prices, storm debris pickup in Champaign and Illini volleyball on the upswing.
We have lots of good stories coming in Friday's paper including a follow-up on the ruling allowing a lawsuit to proceed against Normal schools, a gloomy forecast for state revenue and coverage of a Sikh vigil on campus.
In Thursday's paper, we're planning stories about new buses for the MTD, application for a fiber-optic network and a Chinese lantern festival.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we've got confirmation that it's been a warm year if you needed any, a look at Alma Mater's big move and some news in Illini and prep football.