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Demolition to begin soon for Midtown Plaza, after approval of $2.465 million in incentives
Meet Robin Berthier, 34, the president of Network Perception, a startup company developed in 2013 by University of Illinois experts on network security and infrastructure.
If you needed to survive along the Sangamon River, there's a good chance you'd be able to.
Doug and Christy Jarling talk about the preparation of their "baby" to open Saturday and the transfer to new owners.
Judge Tom Difanis wants to inspect the documents before determining whether they're relevant to the case against Lindsay Johnson, a 20-year-old sophomore from Monee.
Donte Meeks remains in custody in the Boone County Jail. It's unclear when he will be transferred back to Champaign County.
There are currently 41 patients who have registered to use Champaign's Phoenix Botanical on Neil Street.
“We need to capture the spirit, energy, affinity, loyalty and love for our athletics in ways that are meaningful to our students and not demeaning to any groups,” UI President said in an interview with The News-Gazette.
The changes to the General Education requirements will go into effect starting in fall 2018.
It's the seventh Bike To Work Day
Mayor Laurel Prussing told the Urbana City Council that the source of the problems with the work has been found, but as for an expected reopening date, "we aren't ready to tell you yet."