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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 .

Crime in the country

It was a Monday that went from the mundane to the tragic for Champaign County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Mennenga on Feb. 17.

Patient privacy act to bring changes

Patients will be noticing lots of subtle changes at hospitals and clinics as they meet the deadlines of a federal patient privacy act.

Blagojevich seeking full say on panels

SPRINGFIELD - Gov. Rod Blagojevich's plan to streamline the state's numerous boards and commissions includes a clause that allows him to wipe out all of the members of those panels and start fresh with his own appointees, an opportunity not available to past or future governors.

Illini returning to Rantoul

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

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.