In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll look at round two in the quest for a Champaign council seat, possible lack of support for a nursing home referendum and who will emerge to be an Illini football star.
In Friday's newspaper, we'll look at an expanded ban on electronic devices at the courthouse, a one-day delay in moving Alma Mater, and swimmer Tyler McGill's quest for an Olympic medal.
In Thursday's paper, we'll take a look at crop damage due to drought, a delay for a cell tower in Danville and a tour of a bug exhibit at the Brookfield Zoo.
In Wednesday's newspaper, we are planning stories about a campus prairie reconstruction, the Alma Mater's first move and Illini athletic department changes.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about drought hurting area farmers, a proposed coal mine's request for water and optimism about Illini football.
In Sunday's newspaper, we look at video-gambling “profits,” a competitive local race and the Men's Twin City golf tournament.
In Saturday's newspaper, we have stories about nutrition education, a new United Way leader and a preview of the Men's Twin City golf tournament.
Stories we have coming for Friday's newspaper include a disagreement over the direction of Big Broadband, sharp increases in unemployment rates and reports from the Big Ten football meeting in Chicago.
In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll have stories about developments in downtown Champaign, a Carle expansion, and follow-ups on the Penn State sanctions.
Here's a preview of some of the stories we have coming in our Sunday paper, including a look at former UI President Hogan's new faculty position, a bulge in Champaign elementary school enrollment and a coal company's water needs for a proposed mine.