CHAMPAIGN — First Busey Corp. reported $102 million in revenue last quarter, up 23 percent compared to the second quarter a year ago.But its profits were flat, with net income of $24.1 million, down from $24.9 million in the second quarter a year ago.Its adjusted net income increased compare…

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Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the wealth manager at Busey Bank, host of WDWS 1400-AM's 'Busey Money Talk' and Crisis Nursery board member.

Owner Janet Bubin is planning to move the cocktail lounge and sushi bar from the One Main complex near Neil and Main streets, where it's been since 2005, to 30 E. Main St., C, which she bought for $2.73 million in December after PNC announced its move to Midtown Plaza.

Carol Vorel's latest 'Cold Cases' project is a change of direction for the longtime reporter, whose previous six efforts dealt with unsolved murders. This one focuses on two robberies in 2016 at an Urbana bank.

Staff writer Paul Wood chats with the 35-year-old Champaign resident and senior vice president at Busey Bank who recently took top honors at the 2018 edition of 'Dancing With the CU Stars.'

EVENTSThis weekend33RD ANNUAL HALLOWEEN FUN FESTWhat: Ages 11 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Dress up in your favorite costume and join the Champaign and Urbana Park Districts for trick-or-treating, games, and a costume contest. Take a walk through our spook-tacularly (family-friendly) Haunted House.Bring a bag to collect your goodies.

If your credit card or its number is used by an unauthorized user, do you have to eat the debt owed to the card issuer? What about debit or ATM cards? Is one better than the other? What the heck is the difference between them anyway?

The holding company for Busey Bank plans to buy Banc Ed Corp, the holding company for The Bank of Edwardsville, for about $304.9 million, putting it closer to $10 billion in assets — a threshold where various regulations kick in.

Unlike the towns' high school football teams, employees at sister banks in Arcola and Tuscola get along just fine. Still, president and CEO Dale Boyer has to be careful when picking out his wardrobe.