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Local music legends take the stage for Coaches vs. Cancer

Seven well-known local singers took the stage at the City Center at Fat City on Tuesday for an even tabbed "Lady Legends." Check out the music and the story behind the event, which benefited Coaches vs. Cancer, in the video below.

Colin's Best Of The Bunch: March 5, 2018

This week's Best of the Bunch offers praise for athletes from Champaign Central, Mahomet-Seymour, Danville, Rantoul and Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley as the calendar flips to spring sports time.

Crime Stoppers: Champaign Target theft

Crime Stoppers is seeking assistance regarding an armed robbery that took place at Target in Champaign. 

Those Who Served: Tom Yancey

Hear from 95-year-old Tom Yancey of Savoy who served as the lead bombardier on a B-24 during World War 2.

Wired In: Indu Rupassara

Indu Rupassara, CEO of FruitVaccine Inc., talks about the startup company and it's work at the University of Illinois Research Park.

VIDEO: Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour Regional Final Highlights

Highlights from the Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour Regional boys' basketball final beteween the host school and Urbana, with postgame reaction from Bulldogs senior Cory Noe and coach Chad Benedict.

VIDEO: Take a tour of campus on Unofficial

From fire trucks to parties, The News-Gazette takes you inside Unofficial St. Patrick's Day at Illinois.

VIDEO: Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour Regional Semifinal Highlights

Highlights from the Class 3A Mahomet-Seymour boys' basketball regional semifinal between Urbana and Mt. Zion on Wednesday, Feb. 28, with postgame reaction from coach Verdell Jones Jr. and sophomore Christopher Cross.

Game of the Week: Monticello-SJ-O boys' basketball sectional semi

St. Joseph-Ogden took an early lead in Wednesday's Class 2A Maroa-Forsyth Sectional semifinal, but Monticello prevailed with a 47-39 win over their conference rivals behind a big performance from Benton Singleton. Check out the highlights here.

Office Hours with Aldo: Antoinette Burton

Staff writer Aldo Toledo's series looking at the offices of University of Illinois professors continues with the history department's Antoinette Burton, director of the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities.