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A famous bronze sculpture could return to the University of Illinois campus in Champaign next month after undergoing a $360,000 restoration.
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16 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
There was a time when Teri Weems would have said you're crazy if you tried to tell her she would enjoy going to cycling classes, training for a half-marathon and eating her veggies.
20 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
To compensate for mistakenly closing an hour early on Tuesday, the early voting site at the Illini Union will remain open an hour later on Saturday, Champaign County Clerk Gordy Hulten said Wednesday.
It wasn't until after she sobered up at age 27 that she learned why she drank - and what she has come to believe is the defining characteristic of being an alcoholic - fear.
A Minnesota man is due back in court next month to face charges that he sexually assaulted a Tolono woman two years ago.
A Champaign County prosecutor Wednesday dismissed felony charges against a Champaign man accused in connection with a mugging last summer on the University of Illinois campus.
An Urbana man arrested late Tuesday night for tussling with police has been ordered to begin serving a prison sentence imposed on him a year ago by a Champaign County judge.
Lorraine Cowart is seeking to extend her 30-year run on the Champaign County Board while Brent West is trying for the second time to get on the board.
Champaign city planners will gather at the Champaign Public Library this afternoon to answer questions and listen to feedback about plans they hope will extend the reach of Campustown's commercial core.
A Champaign man who failed to turn himself in to begin serving a prison sentence in December was arrested by Champaign police in that city Tuesday for having a loaded weapon.
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The candidate favored by U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and many of the Democratic powerbrokers in Washington, D.C., and Springfield - former Madison County Judge Ann Callis - has a comfortable lead in the first poll taken of Democratic voters in the 13th Congressional District.
Dominique Brize and Jamal Stovall and fans celebrate following Central's 3A Regional championship win over Centennial at Central in Champaign on Friday, March 7, 2014.