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Former Illinois coach is now a volunteer assistant coach at North Carolina, and the Tar Heels visit Memorial Stadium for a 6:30 p.m. game on Sept. 10 against the Illini.
Here's a half-century of history and trivia, with lots and lots of help from Parkland College Archivist Cheri Cameron.
Scouts scouring local cornfields during Premier Cooperative's just-completed survey have estimated an annual yield of 224 bushels per acre.
There’s more to veteran columnist and former sports editor Loren Tate than his thoughts on University of Illinois athletics.
Rantoul teen tells jury that relative who she says was molesting her told her he'd get in trouble 'and it would cost me my life.'
Trial of Kinzie Lee Schwab goes on nonetheless as jury watches 37-minute long video in stunned silence
Back to School '16 (photo gallery)
If the first-day tally of 7,600 holds up, it will eclipse the previous high of 7,583 set in fall 2005.
We asked TOM KACICH for an update on the status of locally sponsored legislation.
The city has hired a statistician to look at data already collected and determine if any more needs to be collected.
Champaign stop is part of its North American tour to support its sophomore album, "I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It."
The Illinois Association of School Boards' executive search firm has been hired at a cost of $22,400 to conduct a national search for a new superintendent.