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News cameras and recorders now are allowed in certain court hearings in the six counties of the Sixth Judicial Circuit: Champaign, DeWitt, Douglas, Macon, Moultrie and Piatt.
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For many years, Andy Williams rang in the holidays with his time-honored Christmas shows.
People who give more toward the creation and installation of a lifesize bronze sculpture of Roger Ebert in downtown Champaign will get a little more in return.
A much-anticipated Campustown high-rise project will be cut in half after bids came in about $19 million over the target price, and the city will have to take another look at its involvement when council members meet next week.
The unemployment rate remains stubbornly high in many urban parts of central Illinois, according to statistics released Thursday by the state Department of Employment Security.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced that portions of Interstate 74, between I-57 west of Champaign and U.S. 45 in Urbana, will be closed at various locations the rest of the month for removal and replacement of sign trusses.
Champaign County sheriff's deputies are looking for the person who fired a gun early today that sent bullets through a northwest Champaign home where children were playing video games.
Holiday garlands are draped across the office windows of the Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club in Champaign, and CEO Sam Banks may have nothing higher on his wish list than the community's full support for this longtime organization.
A Champaign man convicted of possessing a gun in July after having been convicted of two prior felonies is headed to prison for as many as 30 years.
Champaign police spokeswoman Rene Dunn said officers were sent to the intersection of Interstate Drive and Boardwalk Avenue, which is west of North Prospect Avenue, at 6 p.m. They found a heavily damaged Suzuki motorcycle in the middle of the intersection and its gravely injured driver being attended to by passersby.
Retiring Champaign Fire Chief Douglas Forsman holds a sign that says, "KEEP BACK 500 FEET", in the equipment bay at Champaign Fire Station 1 on Wednesday Dec. 4, 2013.
An Urbana man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison for having drugs in Champaign County last year.
Fitch Ratings has assigned an 'AAA' rating to the following Champaign, Illinois general obligation bonds: -- $7.365 million GO refunding bonds series 2013.
An Urbana man has been arrested for the murder of a Champaign woman found dead in her home three months ago.