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Richey on Roundball, Sept. 28, 2016

The 'experts' don't think much of John Groce's Illini, predicting a lower-division finish in the Big Ten. But beat writer Scott Richey isn't convinced, and here's why. 

Shooting Victim Speaks

Erik Lasaine, a UI student who was shot in the back in Sunday mornings shootings, talks to the media following a vigil in rememberance of the campustown shootings and death of George Korchev of Mundelein, who was down visiting Lasaine. On the University of Illinois campus in Urbana, IL on Tuesday, September 27, 2016.

UI burglary suspects

The alleged offenders, who do not appear to be residents, got in the dorm by following closely behind students who had just entered by swiping their student IDs. Police believe there were four young college-age men involved in the burglaries.

MJs Minute: Ashley Morgan

We consider Ashley Morgan a professional volunteer: the Champaign Central grad helps out whenever and wherever needed. Next month, she'll speak at That's What She Said. Despite a hectic schedule, Morgan found time to visit The News-Gazette to chat with our Marcus Jackson in our studio.  

N-G Prep Football Top 10: Week 6

All 10 teams in last week's rankings won. But that didn't keep sports editor Matt Daniels from shuffling the order just a bit ahead of another wild weekend on the high school football scene. Disagree? Let Matt know here

Cubbie Conversation: Sept. 26, 2016

'Bigger fish to fry.' That's the word from a forward-thinking J.J. Lockwood after the Cubs won the series against the Cardinals. Who knows, the rivals just might play again in October.


Those Who Served: Clyde Hudson

Clyde Hudson, Urbana, talks about his time on a PC493 in WWII at his home on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016.

Getting Personal: Eric Snodgrass

Eric Snodgrass, director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, talks about his job in his office on UI campus in Urbana on Wednesday, Sept. 21 , 2016.

Anthony Zilis's 2016 Helmet Stickers: Week 5

All of our area's unbeatens stayed undefeated in Week 5, at least thus far, and plenty of area players showed well this week. Quarterbacks dominate this week's helmet stickers, although a running back and a receiver made the cut.

Champaign burglary surveillance video2

Champaign Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man responsible for committing recent residential burglaries in the campus area.