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Updated: UI says email review in Salaita FOIA case may take weeks

URBANA — It could take weeks for the University of Illinois to review the nearly 10,000 documents ordered released by a Champaign County judge in the Steven Salaita case, a UI spokeswoman said Friday.

And it’s unclear what information might be “redacted,” or deleted, once the documents are released, based on lawyers’ arguments Friday.

Slice of Life: UI freshman confident her marriage won't be statistic


Ashley Kaper-Tucker believes she never knew love as a girl, at least not until she met AK.

Go figure, June 11, 2015


Raise requested by Paxton Police Chief BOB BANE — in person — at this week's city council meeting.

UI to lead initiative to beef up nation's cyber infrastructure

CHAMPAIGN — High-profile hacks of big retailers, banks, movie studios and airlines have propelled cybersecurity challenges into the headlines.

More lawsuits from former UI athletes could be in works

Already named in one lawsuit by a former athlete, the University of Illinois could soon find itself targeted by others.

As the seven families of former women's basketball players consider their options, the father of disgruntled football player Simon Cvijanovic told The News-Gazette on Wednesday that he is seeking legal representation, as well.

Hoping domestic violence doesn't get lost in shuffle

Across the nation, sexual assault on college campuses has become a hot issue, grabbing headlines and attention. In recent months, the University of Illinois has garnered national attention for its bystander intervention program, "It's On Us," even leading to an April visit from Vice President Joe Biden.

AUDIO: a closer look an an AAUP censure

We're days away from finding out if the University of Illinois will be officially reprimanded by the American Association of University Professors over the Steven Salaita affair.  But just how big of a deal is a censure from the AAUP?  As Tim Ditman reports, it depends on who you talk to.

Go figure, June 5, 2015


Rantoul triplets headed to San Antonio's Lackland Air Force Base in three months for basic training.

KLAY, MADISON and MIKAYLA MEDLEN, members of Rantoul High's Class of 2015, all signed up for six-year stints in the family's favorite military branch.

Top of the morning, June 5, 2015

If you think you have heard the voice, you probably have.

CLAY MATVICK is callling the Illinois-Vanderbilt super regional games for ESPNU. The St. Cloud State alum has been here before. Recently.

On the money: A local look at the cost of doing business

On the money: A local look at the cost of doing business


What it will cost Tolono to catch one of the coyotes trustee JACQUIE MILLER's husband says he's spotted roaming village streets in the wee hours of the morning.