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URBANA - Urbana Middle School East closes its doors today for the last time, and teachers and students are leaving the Jewel School, also known as the Cardboard Campus, with mixed emotions.
RURAL URBANA - The owners of a popular restaurant hope to rebuild after an early morning fire Sunday destroyed their restaurant's kitchen.
If you miss having a Dog 'n Suds in Champaign, a short drive will now get you a limited selection of Dog 'n Suds food in Paxton.
Tiny gold particles 13 billionths of a meter in diameter and synthetic DNA that reacts to toxic lead have been combined by University of Illinois researchers to create a lead-detecting sensor.
CLINTON - Area boaters will be able to use the Clinton Lake marina for another summer, thanks to a new agreement between the DeWitt County Board and the marina's owner, AmerGen.
URBANA - When they started brainstorming, looking for good ideas for a new, creative toy, members of the "Dream Team" at University Laboratory High School thought they knew exactly what they wanted.
RANTOUL - Robert Farmer and many other Rantoul homeowners got a bit of unpleasant news in the mail a few weeks ago.
You can't really blame Teresa Aden for the time she had seven bottles of ketchup on hand.
CHAMPAIGN - When brothers Jeff, Steve and Mike Hartman went into the real estate development and management business together, they combined more than the initials of their first names.
SPRINGFIELD - On the final day of the legislative session, the Democrat-controlled Illinois General Assembly sent the governor a bill to increase the state's minimum wage, and passed a package of revenue proposals designed to balance the budget by ending some tax business tax breaks and raising various other taxes and fees.