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Wired In: Kevin Guo

Kevin Guo, co-founder of Skydro, talks about his business in Champaign on Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017.

Illini Recap: 'Play with that chip on our shoulder'

Illinois coach John Groce and guards Te'Jon Lucas and Malcolm Hill discuss Saturday's loss at Michigan.

Richey: Road woes continue

Beat writer Scott Richey gives a quick rundown on Illinois' 66-57 loss at Michigan on Saturday — the Illini's fourth straight defeat on the road in the Big Ten.

Illini Preview: 'Channel that emotion'

Illinois guard Tracy Abrams touches on the Illini's road woes, Michael Finke talks about maintaining a positive approach even in the midst of a rough stretch and Malcolm Hill discusses playing Michigan again so quickly and the necessity to have a consistent offense.

Getting Personal: Mitch Marlow

Hear from Mitch Marlow, head of sales and public relations at the Virginia Theatre.

Highlights from The Great Cover Up 25

Some of the performances from The Great Cover Up 25, held in January 2016 at The Accord in downtown Champaign, where local bands masquerade as their favorite national acts for charity. The 26th edition gets underway this Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in the same venue.

Helicopter crash at Willard Airport

Willard Airport executive director David Cossey talks about the crash of a 1989 Robinson R22 BETA helicopter on a runway during a training flight at the facility in Savoy on Wednesday. 

Illini Recap: 'Embarrassing to get beat like we did'

Illinois coach John Groce and seniors Malcolm Hill and Maverick Morgan discuss Tuesday's loss at No. 21 Purdue — the third straight double-digit road loss for the Illini in Big Ten play this season.

Richey: Defense the issue again on the road

Beat writer Scott Richey gives a quick rundown following Illinois' 91-68 loss to No. 21 Purdue on Tuesday in West Lafayette, Ind.

MJs Minute: Kam Fry

Kam Fry is a 2011 Urbana High graduate who played receiver for the Illini from 2013-15. These days, Fry has made fitness his profession, founding an organization called N.O.W. (Nothing Over Will) and working with another initiative called Project Athletes that introduces area kids to fitness. Fry stopped by The News-Gazette for a talk with our Marcus Jackson to chat.