URBANA — Carle Foundation Hospital and Physician Group have added two new features to their electronic medical records system and hope to boost the number of patients using it.
COLLINSVILLE — You should see the real thing in person, but new digital projects can help you explore Cahokia Mounds in the digital world.
There were tens of thousands of American Indians in a lost civilization on both sides of the Mississippi, centering on Collinsville, which is 165 miles southwest of Champaign.
URBANA — Frasca International's president said the company is committed to Urbana, but sometimes he wishes it didn't have to deal with "distractions" that state and city governments can erect.
Long before Pepsi and Coke, even long before coffee, there was once a source of enough caffeine to make you jittery, or even to make you throw up, in the biggest city in North America.
Felt a hand in your pocket recently? It's probably your cellphone provider. While putting up all those towers to provide service requires deep pockets, cellphone providers prefer to pick your pockets to keep lining the pockets of their shareholders and chief executives.
URBANA — A solar-powered house built by University of Illinois students in 2007 will return to campus Wednesday to anchor what could someday be a mini-neighborhood of environmentally friendly homes.
Genealogical Publishing Company's Genealogy at a Glance series now includes Nancy Hendrickson's "Civil War Genealogy Research" and is especially appropriate as America commemorates that war's sesquicentennial.
Oh Microsoft, what are we to do with you? Since debuting the Xbox One to a collective "meh" at E3, you've reversed yourself on almost every design decision you'd made.
Your draconian-sounding policies regarding used games? Gone.
While the currently hip forsake CDs for vinyl LPs, a lot of folks still appreciate the convenience of CDs and their relative resistance to damage. With a CD, the 100th or even 1,000th play usually sounds the same as the first. Even the most passionate vinyl lovers can't make that claim.
URBANA — Eighteen months after the Illinois Supreme Court approved a pilot project to allow cameras and audio recorders in Illinois courtrooms, judges in the Sixth Circuit have agreed to take part.