On Illinois 49 two miles north of Interstate 74.
Staff writer Melissa Merli chats with the 60-year-old social worker and executive director of Rape Advocacy, Counseling and Education Services in Urbana.
Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the University of Illinois professor emeritus who has founded three high-tech companies that all involve improving the environment.
Everything seems a little more achievable in the spring. The sunshine and warm breeze are such confidence boosters.
At its heart, this is a simple puzzle-adventure game, with uncomplicated mechanics and deft storytelling.
Champaign agency that helps victims of domestic violence and the homeless says it's on the brink of closing.
As he mentioned a week ago, there's no reason to panic. Why? Because the Cubs are back where they belong — in first place — says our resident expert, J.J. Lockwood.
The newest member of the Parkland College board, in an exchange of memos with the college's attorney, says she will neither resign as a board member nor give up her faculty position.
Key witness recanted statement about what she saw
The five-day event ended Sunday with a heartfelt standing ovation for Jimmy Demers and his pianist brother, Donnie, after they performed Cole Porter's "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye," along with two other songs.
A century ago, an Indiana farm boy didn't know he'd be seeing the world from the trenches, in the muddy battlefields of France, Luxembourg and Germany.
Something to get you going today, courtesy photographer Robin Scholz.
Plenty of folks from near and far competed in Saturday's events, and ex-N-G sports writer Fred Kroner was on the scene to hear their stories.
According to a police report, officers were called to a report of shots fired in the 100 block of South State Street at 11:39 p.m. Saturday.