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Full Ball State prep starting for Illini

Illinois coach Lovie Smith discusses his team's full shift to preparing for its Sept. 2 season opener against Ball State. That prep begins in earnest Thursday.

Parkland College: Rochelle Harden ruling

Judge Tom Difanis rules in favor of Parkland College at the Champaign County Courthouse in Urbana on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.

MJs Minute: Sharla Jolly

She’s been at Cunningham Children’s Homefor three years serving as the director of advancement, and Sharla Jolly says she feels as though she’s found her true love. “I absolutely love using my skills at Cunningham,” Jolly said, who was there as Cunningham broke ground Sunday on the new Education and Recreation Center.

Solar Eclipse Viewing Parties 2017

Both Vermilion and Champaign counties held solar eclipse viewing parties on Monday, August 21, 2017.

Cubbie Conversation, Aug. 21, 2017

A solid week has J.J. Lockwood thinking about the playoffs. 'We're clearly the best team in the division and it's starting to show,' he says.

Getting Personal: James Sinclair

James "Jim" Sinclair talks about his books, which include a memoir and poems using his own illustrations, at his home in Savoy on Monday, August 14, 2017.

Wired in: Matt Yoder

Matt Yoder talks about his BikeMovers Illinois phone app in Urbana on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. 

Illini Training Camp 2017: 'Like where we are right now'

Hear from Illinois coach Lovie Smith, offensive lineman Nick Allegretti and linebacker Tre Watson as the Illini wrapped up their three weeks of open training camp Saturday at Campus Rec Fields.

Donte Meeks sentenced to seven years

Donte Meeks is sentenced to seven years at the Champaign County Courthouse for his role in the dismemberment of Ashley Gibson. 

Friday on the Farm, Aug. 18, 2017

Each Friday, business and agriculture writer Ben Zigterman checks out what’s going on at an area farm. Next up: Laura Christianson, who presented at the University of Illinois Agronomy Day about her research on woodchip bioreactors, which help remove nitrate from farm drainage.