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Urbana High School students in Patrick Kearney's business law class hold a mock trial, under the guidance of Roger Holland, a court administrator at Champaign County Courthouse who acted as judge, at the courthouse in Urbana on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
An Urbana teenager who said she was robbing a bank because her boyfriend put her up to it has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
An Urbana man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison for having drugs in Champaign County last year.
An Urbana man has been arrested for the murder of a Champaign woman found dead in her home three months ago.
Muir-Torre syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by the presence of at least one sebaceous gland neoplasm and at least one visceral malignancy.
Jean was a 1950 graduate of Murray High School, a 1954 graduate of Murray State with a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, and a 1957 graduate of the University of Illinois-Champaign/Urbana with a Master of Arts in Education.
In a vote that is sure to be remembered by area chicken enthusiasts, city council members on Tuesday night gave their final approval to let residents keep hens in their backyards.
An Urbana man with a criminal past who admitted he possessed a gun has been sentenced to eight years in the Illinois penitentiary.
A horserace with seven candidates for one Congressional seat and an empty spot opposite an embattled sheriff highlighted the candidacy petitions turned in for the March primary.
Nijole Grider was enjoying the sunny day and the nice stores at the Old Farms Shops on Kirby Avenue on Saturday when she decided to pick up a sandwich and head back home.
The Hyatt Place hotel underway at Neil and Church streets is filling that "hole in the ground" in the heart of downtown Champaign after the Metropolitan Building burned down in 2008.
It was just another odd newspaper coincidence. Exactly 50 years before his obituary appeared in The News-Gazette, Howe Brown wrapped up his coverage of what may have been the trial of the century in Champaign County - or at least one of the trials of the century.
A member of the World Famous Lawn Rangers from Amazing Arcola throws candy to parade-goers along Walnut Street during the 13th Annual Parade of Lights in downtown Champaign on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013.
Four area state representatives say they're likely to vote against the pension reform measure agreed to earlier this week by the Legislature's top four leaders.