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Illini Recap: 'What it means to give Illinois effort'

Hear from Illinois coach John Groce and Illini players Te'Jon Lucas, Malcolm Hill and Michael Finke after their road win at Iowa on Saturday.

Richey: Strong finish for second road win

Beat writer Scott Richey gives a quick rundown of Illinois' 70-66 win at Iowa on Saturday afternoon.

At the scene of Champaign house fire

Marquis Johnson was nearby when a fire ravaged a neighbor's house on Grove Street in Champaign on Saturday morning. 

Illini Preview: 'Took advantage of it to get better'

Illinois freshman guard Te'Jon Lucas discusses how the Illini used their "bye" week to improve and his ability to get to the rim, while senior guard Malcolm Hill touches on defending Iowa's Peter Jok and what sparked the Illinois offense last week.

About Town: Elisabeth Pollock

The federal public defender and Urbana native talks about what excites her about going to work every day.

Wired in: Mayank Kale

 Mayank Kale, CEO of Invoq Health, talks about his business, which provides rural patients instant access to quality healthcare providers. Kale was at EnterpriseWorks in Champaign on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. 

Davion Hedrick sentenced to 15 years

Davion Hedrick is sentenced to 15 years in prison by Judge Tom Difanis for the dismemberment of  Ashley Gibson. The sentencing hearing took place at the Champaign County Courthouse in Urbana on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017.

Valentine's Day weddings

Judge Randy Rosenbaum conducts a marriage ceremony for Lori Cooper and Jacob Cross of Armstrong at the Champaign County Courthouse in Urbana on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Rosenbaum dressed in his red robe to officiate in ceremonies for five couples married at the courthouse on Valentine's Day.

Getting Personal: Joe DeLuce

 Joe DeLuce, head of Champaign Park District, talks about the busy year ahead for the district while sitting inside the Virginia Theatre in Champaign on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. 

MJs Minute: Preston Williams

Having a school named after him in Urbana was 'very humbling' for former administrator Preston Williams. Even when he walks by his portrait at Preston Williams Elementary and the kids ask him 'I thought you were dead?' Here's more from the one-time pro baseball propsect's visit with Marcus Jackson inside out studios.