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A study examining the long-term impact of a new high school on the community at large might come too late to affect the Central High School site, but its authors are hopeful the upcoming report can inform future decisions.
A Champaign man who took delivery Thursday of a package that contained about three pounds of cannabis has been criminally charged.
Welcome to August. I'm guessing it will be warmer in central Illinois this month than it was in July.
The Chicago Tribune visits Shanghai and Beijing, where the University of Illinois held orientation sessions for incoming students from China.
An Urbana man who admitted he violated his probation for felony theft was resentenced Thursday to 34 months in prison.
A Champaign man who admitted taking part in a violent home invasion earlier this year has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The News-Gazette reports real estate moguls Loretta and Joe Scott, Sr. are donating the Honey Bend Campground and Resort in Litchfield, which is located about 130 miles southwest of Champaign.
A Champaign man wanted for a murder that happened in the northwest part of the city in June has been captured in Arkansas.
Carousel operator Mary File, of Tolono, waves at riders as she enjoys working at the popular, indoor attraction at Market Place Mall in Champaign in December 2009.
The University of Illinois, which owns and operates Willard, has agreed to partner with the MTD to pay a third of the cost of another year of Airbus service to the airport.
A Champaign man who admitted he had a loaded gun in a vehicle in Urbana last spring has been sentenced to three years in prison.
A Champaign man convicted of sexually molesting a young girl faces as many as 120 years in prison when he's sentenced in September.
Urbana police are not ready to say why they think a 22-year-old woman was shot in the northwest corner of the city early Wednesday.
In 1914: The 19th annual assembly of the Twin City chautauqua will open tomorrow at the fairgrounds, The season ticket sales have been better than expected.
The total to build and update two high schools in Champaign comes out to be $150 million, but construction won't begin until voters have their say this November.
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Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 01:20 am
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