URBANA — A Champaign man is due back in court next month after being charged Monday with drug-related offenses.
Just before 8 p.m. Friday, Champaign police did a court-ordered search of the home of Adam M. Mailloux, 20, in the 1100 block of West Springfield Avenue.
CHAMPAIGN — Tenants in the University of Illinois Research Park may soon have more choices of Internet providers, and potentially service at lower rates.
The research park also is moving ahead with plans to eventually hook up to the Big Broadband fiber optic network being installed around Champaign-Urbana as part of the $31 million UC2B project.
A faculty union would restore balance to shared governance and advance the University of Illinois' interests — or spell the end of the UI as a top-tier institution, opposing sides argued Monday.
URBANA — A new street-crimes unit at the University of Illinois Police Department made its first arrests last weekend in what it hopes will be a long string of successes to come.
Even in those decades long ago, there was no basketball arena in the Big Ten like Huff Gym.
Most of the rest were big, airy barns like Lambert Fieldhouse at Purdue and the Yost Field House at Michigan, home to indoor track and field sports as well as basketball.
URBANA — A University of Illinois Police Department cold case of sorts came back to life Wednesday in a building on campus, much to the delight of an Urbana woman victimized by crime 12 years ago.
URBANA — The University of Illinois flash index for January climbed to its highest level in almost five and a half years.
The indicator of economic growth in Illinois increased to 104.9, up from its 104.6 level in December. The last time the index was at this level was in August 2007, several months before the recession began.
URBANA — A state board has withdrawn a controversial proposal that would have stripped universities of their authority to exempt some employees from the civil service system.
CHAMPAIGN — Veteran NPR reporter Nina Totenberg, the voice of every major Supreme Court story in recent memory, will give a talk Feb. 11 at the University of Illinois.
Totenberg was recently awarded the Illinois Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Journalism.
CHAMPAIGN — Tiny, biocompatible electronics that can dissolve in water. Home appliances that can talk to the power grid. "Bio-bots" that hunt for tumors inside a body.
Breakthrough research in bioengineering and big data at the University of Illinois got a huge boost Monday with the announcement of a $100 million donation from the Grainger Foundation of Lake Forest.