DANVILLE – A local property manager on Friday pleaded guilty to forging his tenant's signature on a tax document last summer in an attempt to get a tax break on one of his rental properties.
CHAMPAIGN – A Champaign teen remained hospitalized Friday with a gunshot wound he received late Wednesday night in Champaign.
A Champaign police report said two 17-year-old boys were shot near Williamsburg Drive and Summerlin Lane.
Two people were treated and released after a three-vehicle accident that police say happened near an Interstate 57 construction zone.
The accident happened at 1:19 p.m. Friday in the northbound lane of I-57 just south of I-72 west of Champaign, according to state police Sgt. Bill Emery.
CHAMPAIGN — Two Mahomet teens were treated at and released from Carle Foundation Hospital after the car they were riding in went off an interstate ramp and flipped over just before 1 p.m. Friday.
The new president of the University of Illinois has three immediate priorities:
– Guide the UI through its budgetary crisis.
– Save the "dilapidated" hospital in Chicago.
– Restructure the university to make it more efficient in harder times.
SPRINGFIELD — Taxing authorities have won the latest round in the legal logjam that has left Urbana’s cash-starved taxing districts waiting on millions in property tax payments from Provena Covenant Medical Center.
CHAMPAIGN – An Urbana man's DNA left behind at a Champaign home last fall has led to a criminal charge against him.
Melvin Cox, 55, who listed an address in the 1000 block of North Goodwin Avenue, Urbana, pleaded innocent Wednesday to residential burglary. If convicted, Cox faces a mandatory prison term of between four and 15 years.
CHAMPAIGN – Engraved in granite at the Tribute to Olympic Athletes in Dodds Park are 39 names and 23 different Olympic or Paralympic Games.
Saturday's Olympic Tribute ceremony is free and open to the public. It will begin at 10 a.m. at the monument on the east edge of Dodds Park, 1501 N. Mattis Ave., C.
Here's who will be honored: