News-Gazette Videos

$165 Million State Farm Center Renovation

University of Illinois Senior Associate Athletic Director Tom Michael gives an update on the $165 Million State Farm Center renovation.

Videographer/Producer: 
John Dixon

$1000 Shopping Spree!

Carly Rocco bagged over $1000 worth of merchandise during a 90 second shopping spree she won at County Market in Champaign on Wednesday April 16, 2014.

Videographer/Producer: 
John Dixon

Seth Dickey Homecoming

Lt. Seth Dickey, of Gibson City, came home on leave from his U.S. Army deployment in Afghanistan on Monday April 14, 2014.

Videographer/Producer: 
John Dixon

Spring Game recap

Beat writer Matt Daniels' postgame thoughts on the Blue team's victory in Saturday's Spring Game.

Videographer/Producer: 
Bob Asmussen

Boneyard Arts: Laura Wennstrom

Boneyard Arts Festival signature artist Laura Wennstrom talks about her art making process

Videographer/Producer: 
Melissa Merli/Melissa Merli

Alma Mater Returns Home

The Alma Mater returned to her base in front of Altgeld Hall in Urbana on Wednesday April 9, 2015.

Videographer/Producer: 
John Dixon/Rick Danzl

Alma Mater moved onto base

The Alma Mater statue returned from a 1 1/2-year hiatus to its base in front of Altgeld Hall in Urbana on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.

Videographer/Producer: 
Rick Danzl/John Dixon

MJ's minute April 9

College basketball writer Marcus Jackson discusses next year's national rankings and how the Big Ten and the illini stack up against the rest of the country.

Videographer/Producer: 
Marcus Jackson

Urban Farming Wolske

Martin and Angie Wolske enjoy the world of urban farming in their own yard as they get to know their six-week-old chicks at their home in Champaign on Friday, April 4, 2014. 

Videographer/Producer: 
Heather Coit

WWII Veteran Paul Cain

On the bloody volcanic rock of Corregidor, Paul Cain earned his Silver Star for holding his position and stopping repeated Japanese banzai counter-attacks.That was 69 years ago, and the former Army lieutenant turned 99 Saturday. Calmly sitting in his Urbana home, he tells the World War II story clearly and concisely.

Videographer/Producer: 
Robin Scholz/Robin Scholz