The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored what we in health care see every day: When your health is at stake as a patient, you deserve and demand the highest-quality, safest care possible — no matter where you live, how old you are, or where you are seeking that care.
What's the use of redistricting if you don't use the superior data from the federal decennial census?
The Biden administration's proposal is "a smart first step, but the current bill is narrower than it should be," write UI Chancellor Robert Jones and Princeton President Christopher Eisgruber.
Cheering supporters waving signs and expressing wholehearted backing didn’t make it to the Champaign County Courthouse last week when their favorite victim pleaded guilty to a felony charge and was placed on probation.
During the NCAA tournament, there were pictures and videos that went viral showing the differences in treatment from the men’s and women’s teams that made it to the big dance.
”Police are asking that anyone who has information on any shooting, or who might have video surveillance that could help them, to please call Champaign police at 217-351-4545 or Urbana police at 217-384-2320.”
Now that the spring session of the Illinois General Assembly is underway and there have been literally thousands of proposals filed for consideration in the House and Senate, it is time to begin following bills that interest you and let your voice be heard.
The massacre of eight people, including six Asian American women, in Atlanta, and the vicious attack on a 65-year-old Asian American woman in New York City punctuate the yearlong surge in anti-Asian terrorism.
'We’re going to be right down to the wire as far as preparing. We’re going to be functionally ready for our first tournament,' said Rantoul Family Sports Complex Director of Operations Ryan Reid.
In a state groaning under the collective weight of billions in public-pension debts, Gov. Pritzker signed legislation that increases retirement benefits and further depletes the near-bankrupt fund that pays them.
While this week wasn’t a total loss for Illinois’ compromised politicians, federal prosecutors added new targets and charges to their long-running probes.