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It´s been a great winter - for potholes

This winter was absolutely perfect.

Local medical missionaries to Haiti find poverty, smiles

CHAMPAIGN - Bumping down back roads heading for the Haitian countryside, Garron Lukas realized he was leaving the orderly world of modern medical practice far behind .

Women protest Iraqi war

URBANA - A Women Against War Rally on Friday urged listeners to consider what would happen to the women and children of Iraq in event of war - and what would happen to women and children at home.

Man in custody after leading police chase

DeLAND - A 32-year-old Peoria man remained in the Piatt County jail Friday after his arrest in a farm field near the DeWitt-Piatt county line early Friday morning.

Notion of ?hospital food´ changing

URBANA - Depending on how you look at it, all hospitals deliver their meals to patients by way of room service.

UI meets part of request

SPRINGFIELD - The University of Illinois was able to come up with less than half of the amount Gov. Rod Blagojevich had asked the state's public universities to put into a reserve by a Friday deadline - and is hoping that might be enough.

Illini returning to Rantoul

RANTOUL - The University of Illinois football training camp will be returning to Rantoul this summer.

Activists targeting UI deal with Coke

CHAMPAIGN - The University of Illinois' exclusive beverage contract with Coca-Cola is under scrutiny from activists who say Coke bottling plants in Colombia have links to anti-union violence.

Champaign district ranks among state´s wealthiest

CHAMPAIGN - A report that profiles the state's have and have-not large unit school districts puts Champaign schools right near the top, up with wealthy suburban Chicago districts.

Community planning workshop scheduled

URBANA - It's one thing to complain about urban sprawl when you're trapped on a busy road surrounded by chain stores. It's quite a different matter to address community issues while they're still in the planning stage.