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6 charged with dismemberment of Ashley Gibson

The Champaign police held a press conference on Thursday and charged 6 men, from Champaign and Urbana, with the dismemberment of Ashley Gibson.

Bus fire video

Champaign Central student Theo Jackson took this video after students evacuated a bus taking them to Chicago for a field trip.

UI students protest Gov. Rauner's visit

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner dodges Illinois students, who protest his visit to the UI Entrepreneurship Forum at Illini Union in Urbana on Thursday, April 28, 2016. 

Koplinski's Screening Room, April 27, 2016

N-G film critic Chuck Koplinski previews his work in this week's e3, touching on Tom Hanks and a horror film with a colorful name.

Abused dog Bear on the mend

Dr. Maureen McMichael, head of the emergency and critical care service at the Small Animal Clinic, part of the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital, talks about the recovery of Bear, the abused dog found abandoned in Ford Couny on April 20.

Video: Winter Sports Postseason Highlight Reel

Relive some of the top moments from the News-Gazette area's winter sports postseason, including LeRoy and St. Joseph-Ogden's state titles in boys' basketball.

Richey on Roundball, April 27, 2016

Charlie Moore is back on the Illini radar. So says college basketball beat writer Scott Richey, who also weighs in on two other recruiting targets: Jeremiah Tilmon and Jordan Goodwin. Note: Richey’s weekly chat is at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Video: Where Am I? April 25, 2016

​Here's a short clip of a spin somewhere in the area in a 1986 Corvette. Your job? Figure out where the video was shot. Email your guess, and the town you live in, to

Cubbie Conversation: April 25, 2016

Each Monday in what we think will be a history-making Cubs season, our J.J. Lockwood will weigh in with his thoughts on the Lovable Losers. This week, J.J. toasts Jake Arietta's no-hitter, Anthony Rizzo's fast start and an upcoming spree of home games.

Thursday Morning Music at CCNH

Members and residents of the County Nursing Home Auxiliary sing to audience members during the Thursday morning music program, featuring classic  songs from a bygone era, for residents there in Urbana on Thursday, April 21, 2016.