From a long-ago celebration at Memorial Stadium of George Washington’s birth to the future of the old Coca-Cola plant in Champaign, this week's 'bag is stuffed with goodies
Champaign police continue to seek witnesses to the bus accident earlier this week in downtown Champaign that left a pedestrian critically injured.
"We've ... seen small climbing gyms we want to emulate. We thought we could build something like that here."
Jerry and Jan Emmert said they felt "blindsided" by a plea agreement offered to a teenage drunken driver who gravely injured their 24-year-old daughter last August.
The double doors? They’re from the interior of the old Jumer’s Castle Lodge in Urbana (now the Urbana Landmark Hotel).
The director of student athlete development for the University of Illinois football team who pleaded guilty to driving under the influence was sentenced Friday to two years of court supervision.
Prompted by shrinking numbers of black students at the University of Illinois, some community activists are calling on trustees not to renew Chancellor Phyllis Wise's contract.
"From our review of the investigation, it is the opinion of the state's attorney that the officers involved were authorized to use deadly force."
Deportation likely after man's release
"We're up significantly and we still have 40 days until the election."
Construction company owner Chris Vice will receive $712,500 after federal and state taxes are withheld.
Villa Grove High School next year will offer classes in an array of agriculture-related skills, including Ag Science, Ag Construction, Ag Mechanics and Animal Science.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of "Star Trek" fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock, has died.