CHAMPAIGN – Champaign police have arrested an Urbana man in connection with the theft of money from Salt & Light donation cans in at least five different locations.
A flash flood watch is in effect for virtually all of East Central Illinois, with saturated ground likely unable to hold the additional rain that's on the way.
URBANA – A Champaign man found with suspected cocaine on him is supposed to be back in court next week with an attorney.
Heavy rainfalls over the past few days have prompted state officials to ban boating on the Middle Fork River until further notice.
It's also prompted Vermilion County officials to caution residents about possible flash flooding in the southern part of the county, if it continues to rain Tuesday.
The number of Salmonella cases connected to Illinois Subway restaurants continues to grow.
The Illinois Department of Public Health says there are now 79 confirmed cases of the rare Salmonella serotype Hvittingfoss, with the age range of the people who have been sickened after eating at a Subway ranging from 2-79.
CHAMPAIGN – Henneman Engineering is installing a solar panel array atop its offices at 1605 S. State St., C.
The array is part of an 11.25-kilowatt electric generating system, said Michael Henneman, the company's chief executive officer.
URBANA – After several months of bad news, things are looking much brighter at the Champaign County Nursing Home, according to Michael Scavotto, the St. Louis area management consultant hired two years ago to turn around the facility.
DANVILLE – Officials are still investigating the cause of a Friday afternoon fire that destroyed a warehouse building at Bob's Market and Greenhouse.