We said bye-bye to Burnham Mansion, the late Great Impasta and those funky eclipse glasses, and welcome to the 44th president, the Pride Parade and a Pesotum farm-playing Luke Bryan. As the clock winds down on the 2010s — and the countdown continues to a new Costco in Champaign, a casino in Danville and A/C at last throughout Central High School
For analysis of how what comes next could impact the 2020 race for president — just 97 days until the Illinois primary — we asked back occasional News-Gazette contributor and UI political science Professor Brian Gaines.
This one’s white hair, beard and identity don’t change with the seasons. His wife has never seen him without a beard. His white hair is long year-round. His winter hat is red.
Members voted 8-0 in favor of reducing the amount of time landlords can hold felonies against potential tenants from five years to two. A final vote will come later.
Among the 1,957 former students and faculty featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: two-degree grad and 2019 D.C. Illini of the Year Scott Shearer, whose career in the agriculture industry included a five-year stint as deputy assistant secretary of the USDA.
'It's exactly what I needed,' Jasmine Brown said Tuesday about her 'gait trainer' after the students who designed and built it gave their presentation to faculty in the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering's Senior Capstone Design Program.
Wednesday’s Big Ten home opener will double as Illinois’ Epilepsy Awareness Night at State Farm Center. This is the second straight season the Illini have teamed up with the Epilepsy Foundation and Athletes vs. Epilepsy.
A judge handed down the sentence Tuesday to Justin Hefner, 42, of Terre Haute, who will also be subject to random drug testing and searches, must take prescribed medication, and cannot own a weapon.
Laura Johnson, 33, pleaded guilty to the reduced charge on the same day as the start of her trial on murder charges in the incident that killed Kimberly George, 31.
Hours and hours of surveillance video tape of the gun storage room revealed that suspect took three of six guns that were found missing from the store.
Adam Andrzejewski just turned 50, but he insists that, although he’s getting older, he’s also getting better — and his money watchdog group, OpenTheBooks.com, continues to thrive.
Up for review at tonight’s study session: a proposal that would limit the amount of time landlords can hold felonies against potential tenants, from five years to two.
Monday’s Chopped Challenge saw teams of six make a variety of dishes with the required ingredients, which included eggs and produce from the Champaign-Urbana Schools Foundation's Fowler Farm.
Tabitha Dunn reached out to iLuminate, the third-place finisher on 'America’s Got Talent' in 2011, which wears full-body suits with light panels that are programmed to light up and flash different colors.
Among the discoveries the UI coach made on his way to earning a bachelor’s in business administration 31 years ago: One need not be a neat freak to become a difference-making educator.
The $488,115 collected will be split with Spectra, which provides concessions for UI athletic events, and the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics will also have to deduct extra costs such as added security at the games, said Jason Lener, senior associate athletic director.
The Champaign school board didn’t make any decisions, and members emphasized that this was the first of several discussions around the idea.