The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory for all of East Central Illinois except Ford and Iroquois counties until 10 a.m. Monday.
The weather service said visibility will be one-quarter mile in spots. So you should take precautions while driving: drive slowly, turn your headlights on, and leave extra space between you and the vehicle ahead of you.
URBANA — An Urbana man who allegedly crashed his vehicle into a building has been cited with leaving the scene of an accident.
According to an Urbana police report, Joshua Ray Olivero, 34, who listed an address in the 800 block of Kerr Avenue, drove a vehicle into the side of a building in the 600 block of Oakland Avenue, Urbana, at 2:05 a.m. Saturday.
DANVILLE — Vermilion County Coroner Jane McFadden said she won’t be releasing the name of the woman discovered inside a vehicle in the water at Lake Vermilion until Monday.
McFadden said on Sunday afternoon that she wants to talk to the woman’s family first.
URBANA — The next time you pick up that supercomputer in your pocket, take a moment to consider its famous ancestor at the University of the Illinois.
The Illinois Automatic Computer, dubbed ILLIAC, went online in 1952, one of the first computers built with a design that is now ubiquitous in the computing world.
CHAMPAIGN — As friends of Laura Wills prepared to pay their last respects Saturday evening to the woman who perished in a fire at her home, Champaign firefighters chose to honor her their way. They handed out smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to approximately 30 of her neighbors Saturday morning.
DANVILLE — One minute John Chandler was driving back from the farm bureau feeling just fine. The next thing he remembers was waking up in the hospital.
Sudden cardiac arrest happens that fast.
A 70-year-old semi-retired Danville business owner, Chandler is one of the lucky ones.
My email box last Thursday morning was filled with comments from people who said they either didn't get a phone call or were bounced out of the tele-town hall that U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis held Wednesday night.
I had signed up to listen in but was swamped with state budget duties in Springfield that night and had to take a pass, so everything I know is second hand.
Today is Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017. Here are local news reports from 100, 50 and 15 years ago:
In 1917, more and more voters in Champaign were announcing their support for the commission form of government. The Loyal Women's Class of the University Place Church expressed its preference for the commission form, which was to be on the Feb. 20 ballot in the city.