CHAMPAIGN — You’re driving to the grocery store, and suddenly your child starts breaking out in hives! Where do you find medical care in a hurry?
If you have Internet access in your car, you can now pull over and check the locations and current wait times at all Christie Clinic and Carle convenient care centers in the area, and make your choice accordingly.
CHAMPAIGN — It used to take days to back up all the information stored on the Champaign school district's servers.
Email, teachers' materials, student work — all of it was backed up in pieces over three to four days, and stored off-site on tapes.
Now that same information is backed up overnight and stored remotely, saving time and money.
CHAMPAIGN — Sizhao Yang, one of the creators of the online game FarmVille, always figured he would form his own company some day.
But at age 28, the University of Illinois graduate has already sold one company for "millions of dollars," formed another that employs 30 and is acting as investor or adviser to 18 others.
URBANA — A new $121 million project led by the University of Illinois will help researchers collaborate in a secure environment, while focusing on their work rather than the technology behind it.
CHAMPAIGN — New parking meters will be installed in the core of the downtown area within the next few months after the city council voted 6-2 in support of a trial program for mechanisms that would accept credit and debit card payments.
URBANA — There have been other summers for fun, but Monticello High School student Jacob Hanselman will be able to remember this summer as the one when he came to the University of Illinois every day, put on a white lab coat and helped do cancer research.
CHAMPAIGN — City officials could be rolling out a trial of 37 new "smart meters" in the downtown area this summer if the city council supports the program this week.
The council will hear details on the new parking meters, which would accept credit and debit card payments, when it meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Champaign City Building, 102 N. Neil St.
GILMAN — After the Iroquois County Board adopted the largest known setback for wind turbines in Illinois, one of its townships decided to adopt an even larger setback.