URBANA — Should a sudden threat to campus arise — a gunman or a tornado, for example — the University of Illinois says it's ready.
URBANA — The University of Illinois has sued a computer chip company for patent infringement.
UPDATED 2:52 p.m. Thursday.
CHAMPAIGN -- Ameren crews restored power to nearly 2,500 customers Thursday in Champaign in ZIP codes 61820 and 61821.
Ameren spokesman Leigh Morris said a conductor burned about 1:30 p.m. at the Kirby Avenue substation. Morris said a
a crew was making repairs on a damaged conductor when another conductor came loose and fell into another line,
DANVILLE — Since launching in fall 2009, Danville High School's New Tech High has been open to only sophomores, juniors and seniors.
SPRINGFIELD — The University of Illinois will invest millions into boosting the energy efficiency of its facilities and is hiring a firm to develop a plan for how it can meet climate-related goals, such as using more renewable fuels to power the Urbana campus.
Nate Rath is the baby of eight Champaign police officers who have completed grueling Ironman triathlons.
The 36-year-old detective finished his first Ironman in Panama City, Fla., on Nov. 5 in 16 hours and 15 minutes.
NEWTOWN — The Vermilion power station in the Newtown area has been officially retired from service, according to Dynegy officials.
The 176-megawatt coal-fired power station was "mothballed" this past spring and most of its workers let go, and even then, had not regularly been generating power for some time, according to Dynegy officials.
CHAMPAIGN — "Saints Row: The Third" — the latest game developed by Volition Inc. — launched this month, and Volition's parent company, THQ Inc., hopes it will boost sales in the all-important holiday period.
The video game is the third installment in the "Saints Row" franchise, which focuses on the Third Street Saints street gang and its fight against other criminal elements.
The Thanksgiving leftovers are in the refrigerator, the last of the good dishes are back in the cabinet, now on to the Christmas tree.
You get out the decorations and root around for the delicate treasures — Aunt Min's handmade eggshell ornaments and mom's needle-pointed angels — before reaching for the lights.
URBANA — The University of Illinois is expected to award an honorary degree to software creator Raymond "Ray" Ozzie, a 1979 UI graduate and former Microsoft executive.
The faculty-student senate recommended awarding Ozzie with an honorary doctor of engineering degree from the UI.