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Crime Stoppers: Urbana construction robbery

Champaign County Crime Stoppers are asking for help tracking down those responsible for stealing $6500 worth of equipment, including several gas-powered saws and blowers, from a construction site at 3615 N. Countryview Rd. in Urbana.

Cubbie Conversation, April 2, 2018

Baseball and the Cubbie Conversation are back! Don't mind that sorta slow start for the North Siders, says our resident fan, J.J. Lockwood, the Cubs having nothing to worry about this season.

Underground Illinois: Chemistry Department tunnels

Mary Jo Hettinger took The News-Gazette on a tour through the tunnels that connect three Chemistry buildings on campus.

Wired In: Madelyn Walters

Granular Product Manager Madelyn Walters talks about the company's Farm Management Software.

Residents of tiny town discuss local alleged terrorists

Hope O'Neill showed The News-Gazette the location of the bombs that were found on her family's property, allegedly set there by Michael Hari, who has been accused of bombing a mosque in Minnesota.

VIDEO: Fisher 'At' Tuscola Softball Highlights

Video highlights from a softball game between Fisher and Tuscola on Friday, March 30, at Fisher, featuring postgame reaction from both coaches. Tuscola played as the host team because the contest had to be moved due to poor field conditions.

Chicago South: All-out anthem at UI Ice Arena

Noted Chicago Blackhawks anthem singer Jim Cornelison sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" to open the The 4th annual Gottheil Cup, a charity hockey tournament among UI frats at the UI Ice Arena on Friday, March 30, 2018.

VIDEO: Monticello-Champaign Central Baseball Highlights

Highlights from a baseball game between Champaign Central and Monticello on Wednesday, March 28, with postgame reaction from Central player Caleb Pyrz, Maroons coach John Staab and Monticello leader Chris Jones.

Office Hours with Aldo: Mark Steinberg

Staff writer Aldo Toledo's series looking at the offices of local professors continues with University of Illinois Professor Mark Steinberg, who teaches in the Department of History.

Aerial footage of snow-dusted Champaign

After a late-March downpour of snow, Champaign was left with a dusting of white before it all melted away on Monday. Check out our aerial video from Dodds Park to see what will likely be the area's last snow of the season.