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Coach left his post as a volunteer assistant with the Tar Heels on Thursday evening.
Last week featured campaign dramas. Now for the lighter side.
I’d like to know more about the risk for strokes in young adults, which is supposed to be going up.
After a lengthy hiatus, big-name, chart-topping music acts are back to booking gigs in C-U, making what's left of 2016 worth a listen, no matter your genre.
She and the other members of the women's sitting volleyball team will be trying for their first gold after silvers in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012.
Attorney of Kinzie Lee Schwab: “I don’t know where he is. Myself and the Urbana Police Department have been in contact with several of his family members. From what we know, they don’t know where he is."
"Due to unforseen roadway conditions and in the best interest of safety to the traveling public, a decision was made to temporarily close the roadway to accomodate repairs."
He pulled a fire alarm to make an escape from The Pavilion in Champaign on Wednesday night.
Power went off in the courthouse about 11:45 a.m., prompting an emergency generator to kick on that provided minimal lighting in the building.
Unless the decision is appealed by the state elections board, the independent congressional candidate’s name will appear along with those of two other candidates in the 13th District.
Downtown Champaign building owner confirmed it will not be a chain establishment but stopped short of saying whether the restaurateurs are local.
"I don’t believe everything I read, all right,” North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said on Wednesday.
The Insurance Service Office granted the agency its coveted Class 1 rating, putting it in the top 0.37 percent of its peers.