The victim said he climbed on the balcony and came in through a sliding glass door then she barricaded herself in the bathroom as he kicked and knocked on the door.
He allegedly exposed himself to two women in the Walmart parking lot in Rantoul Saturday.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health are issuing revised orders to align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new guidance on masking for vaccinated people.
Sheriff’s Lt. Curt Apperson said it appeared to have started on the stove and spread quickly.
A junior at Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School has died from complications of COVID-19, according to Superintendent Cliff McClure.
Like their colleagues in Springfield, members of the Champaign County Board this week will approve a new map of county board districts based not on 2020 census data but on estimates.
C-U at Home grew fast after taking on year-round shelter for the homeless in the midst of the pandemic. Now, some say, the agency needs the pause it's taking to regroup.
“I’m telling you, this girl is a force to be reckoned with. I definitely see Ayan somewhere in the future still leading, still acting as an activist. ... The sky is the limit" for the Centennial senior.
“It’s fully operational,” said Rodney Johnson, head of the University of Illinois Department of Animal Sciences. "We’re no longer preparing any diets from the old feed mill."
Can a condominium board of directors legally kick you out of possession of your condo for your failure to pay dues owed under the condo association’s bylaws or rules?
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Among our panelists: former FDA head Robert Califf; CNN medical analyst Leana Wen; Biden-Harris COVID advisory team members Julie Morita and Eric Goosby; and UI faculty members Nigel Goldenfeld, Rebecca Smith, Janet Jokela and Chris Brooke.
For information about services available to older adults, contact Kellie Anderson, director of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program and Helen Mary Stevick Senior Citizens Center, 2102 Windsor Place, C, 217-359-6500. RSVP and the Stevick Center are both administered by Family Service of C…
Total vaccine doses administered in area counties: Champaign, 174,644 (+1,752) ... DeWitt, 9,590 (+44) ... Douglas, 11,205 (+32) ... Ford, 9,266 (+47) ... Iroquois, 16,001 (+18) ... Piatt, 11,968 (+47) ... Vermilion, 36,917 (+128).
"At this time, Schnucks teammates will continue to wear facemasks while we review our internal policies and align with regulations in the municipalities in which we operate our 111 stores," the grocery chain announced.
The winters of 1978 and 1979 were the worst. Hundreds of travelers had to leave the road and stay in Paxton shelters due to snowstorms.
The visit was part of a new Asian American Education Initiative organized by the University of Illinois College of Education and the UI’s Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies.
Investigators determined that many of the victims had used the same gas stations and that their card numbers were likely stolen from gas station pump card readers called “skimmers.”