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Illini Preview: Extending winning streak would be 'nice'

A trio of Illinois guards hit on several topics before returning to action Tuesday against IUPUI. Tracy Abrams discusses the import of a pair of consecutive wins and Malcolm Hill hits on the defensive improvements and possibility of extending the winning streak, while Jalen Coleman-Lands breaks down the key to the Illini's best offensive look.

Daily Bread Soup Kitchen move

Bob Goss, of the Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, offers a tour of the soup kitchen's new location on 118 N. First St. as movers continue bringing equipment and supplies from the current location at  New Covenant Fellowship in Champaign on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. 

N-G Top 10: Boys' Basketball Week 2

St. Joseph-Ogden is 2-0 despite playing without its leading scorer and reigning N-G All-Area Player of the Year Brandon Trimble. The defending state champs take over the top spot in sports editor Matt Daniels' weekly rankings.

Getting Personal: Amanda McGrory

Hear from world-traveling paralympian and University of Illinois grad student Amanda McGrory.


PTI-Tactical Training

Police recruits take part in Tactical Training inside one of the Quonset huts used by the Police Training Institute at Willard Airport in Savoy.

Wired in: Quesnell Hartmann

Quesnell Hartmann, general manager and co-founder of EpiWorks, displays a semi-conductor wafer in Champaign on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016. The company is currently expanding and filling new jobs.

Tuscola Christmastown Parade 2016

Children scramble for candy thrown from floats and vehicles in the heart of Tuscola during the town's Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016. The parade was just one of many activities included in Tuscola's weekend-long Christmastown event. 

Anthony Meads sentencing

A Champaign man twice convicted of killing an innocent bystander in northwest Champaign four years ago has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for murder. The sentence that Judge Tom Difanis handed Anthony Meads on Friday for the July 4, 2012, murder of Desirae Austin is five years less than what he gave Meads three years ago.

Illini Preview: 'They'll put pressure on you'

Illinois guards Malcolm Hill and Jalen Coleman-Lands discuss the challenge presented by Saturday's game against VCU in Miami while touching on the benefits and just what went right in the losing streak-snapping win against North Carolina State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

Missy the Singing Dog, Josh the Barking Oboist

Heidi Schwarz, owner of Missy, a 7-year-old German shepherd, attempts to get Missy to bark during the Hindsley Symphonic Band's rendition of "Playfellow," a piece that was written by composer/conductor Henry Fillmore and performed by band and his dog "Mike" in the 1920s. At the Great Hall at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016.