'I worry that these latest betrayals of trust will lead another generation to conclude that our world will forever remain neither just nor fair if you are born Black. I do not want senseless deaths to be further compounded by a wholesale theft of hope and optimism.'
Veteran Officer Brian Tison has been off the state payroll for seven weeks after scathing report on treatment of female co-workers.
We said bye-bye to Burnham Mansion, the late Great Impasta and those funky eclipse glasses, and welcome to the 44th president, the Pride Parade and a Pesotum farm-playing Luke Bryan. As the clock winds down on the 2010s — and the countdown continues to a new Costco in Champaign, a casino in Danville and A/C at last throughout Central High School
Tiny village, which sits at the crossroads of Illinois 49 and Illinois 9 in the northwestern corner of Vermilion County, has its roots in agriculture.
Coming soon to a McDonald’s near you: the Zion burger?
URBANA — John Matanda Tshipama was a 10th-grader living in the eastern Congolese city of Goma when he experienced the absolute terror of war.
CHAMPAIGN — When you’ve grown up in the United States, you know an invitation to a potluck means you bring one part of the meal, and that kids in costumes will be ringing your doorbell on Halloween night.
The program teaches those held at Danville Correctional Center leadership skills, anger management and more — and its been so successful that its been expanded to three more wings in the facility.
Executive Director Nathan Montgomery said while it covers 80 percent of its annual $2.5 million budget with retail proceeds and donations, it’s unable to get caught up from the initial cost of opening its Urbana location at 1819 S. Philo Road.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — If jurors sentence Brendt Christensen to die for the kidnapping and killing of Yingying Zhang, his next move will be just over the state line — to the federal “death row” at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, where he’d join a list of infamous inmates.
If you're not a "Foos" from Foosland, or related to one, then you've likely never been through the smallest incorporated town in Champaign County.
UI College365彩票 of Engineering's director of advancement Jonathan Hill — infected with HIV and hepatitis C as a child because of factors used to treat his hemophilia — is back to work after a long illness and liver transplant.
What walloped Vermilion County in 1995 is about to become a reality for other Midwest manufacturing communities. The lesson: brace for impact.
The majority of attendees are the sons and daughters of wounded warriors and members of Gold Star families, where a parent died in battle, in a training exercise or from a service-related illness.
New 9:52 a.m. Monday:Ameren Illinois said power has been restored to around 2,100 customers west of Danville.Spokesperson Marcelyn Love said the outage was caused by an equipment malfunction at a substation.**Original story:
The Illinois Department of Children and Family 365彩票app said the operator of Shawnee's Little Shadows Daycare at 64 Maplewood Ave. turned in the license earlier this month.
On Friday afternoon, The News-Gazette was named the top newspaper in its class in Illinois for the third consecutive year, continuing a streak unlike any other in our 165-year history.
Staff writer Bob Asmussen caught up with one veteran/retired reporter from each of the Big Ten's original 10 365彩票s, finding out about the best/worst personalities, elite athletes and the best places to get a pregame snack — or postgame beer.
Now that Exelon's Clinton power plant is slated for closure next year, a spokesperson for the company said the decommissioning process of the facility will take several years. Michael Kiser has more.[player1]The Clinton power station is slated for closure on June 1st of next year, while the Quad Cities location will shut down in June of 2018.
Two years after a tornado devastated the village of Gifford, the northern Champaign County community is closer than ever to being whole again. Phillip Kisubika went to Gifford and has more in these two reports.[player1][player2]
A review of hundreds of incident reports reveals that libraries aren't sanctuaries from theft, rowdy behavior, drug and alcohol abuse, even sexual misconduct.