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On Sunday evening Champaign police reported that three of the four surviving victims had been released from the hospital. The fourth victim remained hospitalized with what police described as "non-life-threatening injuries."
Before Centennial High's homecoming football game against Peoria Manual, several members of the school's dance team as well as some cheerleaders took a knee during the national anthem.
In this game’s world, demons and angels are fighting for dominion over what’s left of the world — and humanity’s few survivors are caught in the middle.
Fifty years ago today, Cubs rookie Ken Holtzman outdueled Dodgers ace Sandy Koufax, 2-1, at Wrigley Field. That night, the part-time pitcher and full-time college student returned to the University of Illinois to resume his senior year.
“We’re just trying to stand in solidarity together,” Student Body President Ron Lewis said. “We don’t want this to separate students.”
Kathryn Lawlor was celebrating her 23rd birthday with a group of about a dozen recent University of Illinois graduates early Sunday when she happened to walk right by the scene of a shooting in Campustown.
Campustown Shooting (photo gallery)
Restrictions on land deal make $3.2 million Unit 4 purchase hard to get out of.
In the first installment of a multi-part series, we ask 10 experts on a variety of topics what one question they'd like to ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday night, the first of three presidential debates over a 24-day span.
We asked UI students: What’s your advice for Chancellor Robert Jones?
“There was too much to get done,” the UI's new chancellor said on the eve of moving in.
Why are the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce and the Champaign County Farm Bureau supporting a proposal that would likely lead to more — and more expensive — government?
The family behind Sitara Indian Restaurant in Urbana is already working to convert the former Escobar's location in downtown Champaign.