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9/12/01: Clinton among nuke plants that heightened security

This story originally appeared on Sept. 12, 2001.

The Clinton nuclear power plant, along with 102 other reactors around the country, went to the highest level of security Tuesday morning following the terrorist attacks.

9/12/01: Drivers fill up after rumors of soaring prices

This story originally appeared on Sept. 12, 2001.

Nationwide rumors of skyrocketing gas prices some of more than $4 a gallon hit the Champaign-Urbana area Tuesday in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Washington and New York.

9/12/01: Today a day of 'engagement' at UI

This story originally appeared on Sept. 12, 2001.

CHAMPAIGN - Saying "we most need to come together rather than pull apart," University of Illinois Chancellor Nancy Cantor asked the campus to use today as a day of "conversation, reflection and engagement."

9/12/01: Willard waits for instructions from FAA

This story originally appeared on Sept. 12, 2001.

SAVOY — It will take some time to get the nation's airline traffic back on schedule, even after the Federal Aviation Administration gives the OK to resume domestic flights.

9/13/01: Mahomet native recounts escape from Trade Center

This story originally appeared on Sept. 13, 2001

For a guy who walked down 63 flights of stairs shortly after the first tower of the World Trade Center was hit, Mahomet native Kaleb Northrup was pretty calm Wednesday night.

Collection of N-G stories about 9/11

This is a collection of stories that appeared in The News-Gazette on Sept. 11, 12 and 13, 2001.

Complicated budget process leaves Champaign staff looking for answers

CHAMPAIGN – City budgets can get complicated. Fiscal planners spend months preparing for the next budget cycle.

And by the time they finish one, it's almost time to start on the next.

Legal costs halt plans for Chief's 'Next Dance'

CHAMPAIGN – A Chief Illiniwek performance planned for homecoming weekend has been postponed indefinitely after the University of Illinois threatened legal sanction.

Roger Huddleston of Mahomet, the co-founder of the Honor the Chief Society, said his group doesn't have the money to wage a legal battle with the UI over the Chief Illiniwek trademark.