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Illini Preview: Recovery complete from triple OT win

Hear from Malcolm Hill on the recovery from going three overtimes to beat Rutgers and Sunday's showdown with Iowa, Maverick Morgan on his best season yet and an injury update from Kendrick Nunn.

One Winter Night 2016

The fifth year of One Winter Night, a fund raiser to help the homeless in Champaign-Urbana, was held on Friday, February 5, 2016 in downtown Champaign.

Art Mart opens

Brian McKay, co-owner of Art Mart, takes us on a tour of the store's new location on Prospect Avenue in Champaign, which opened its doors on Friday. Formerly in Urbana, Art Mart's soft opening drew a big crowd.

Watson's Shack & Rail opening today

Watson's Shack & Rail, occupying the old Boltini's building in downtown Champaign, will have a soft opening today starting at 4 p.m. with a grand opening scheduled for Feb.

Danville High School Show Choir

Members of the Danville High School Show Choir rehearse at Dick Van Dyke Auditorium at the school Wednesday Jan. 20, 2016.

Richey: Some positives in triple OT victory

Beat writer Scott Richey might have been at a loss for words following Illinois' 110-101 triple overtime win at Rutgers, but he found them in his quick postgame rundown.

Cubit: Illini had to reset

First-year Illinois football coach Bill Cubit addresses the media on Wednesday after Illinois finalized its 2016 recruiting class, a class that came together in different stages based on all the turmoil surrounding the program the last year.

Illini Preview: UI in need of another 'road kill'

Malcolm Hill shares his thought on Rutgers and the need for a "road kill" on Wednesday night, while Maverick Morgan details Illinois' best chances offensively and Aaron Jordan highlights a couple areas the Illini can improve.

Introducing Shahni B

Aspiring rap artist and Carrie Busey fifth grader Ashanti "Shahni B" Butler, 10, freestyles the song "Work" at her home in Champaign with her producer, Edison Middle School teacher Lamont Holden, on Wednesday, January 20, 2016.

Good behavior, bad haircut

International Prep Academy principal Jonathan Kosovski gets a haircut as a reward to students for their good behavior as part of a school anti-bullying campaign at the school, 1605 W. Kirby Ave., C.