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Tom Kacich: Harold's campaign faced many obstacles
The Urbana attorney announced in June that she would challenge freshman Rep. Rodney Davis, D-Taylorville, in the 13th Congressional District Republican primary set for Tuesday, saying she believed she would "be the best candidate to represent this district."
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Charleston man resentenced to prison
A Charleston man who admitted violating his probation for trespass by using cannabis was resentenced to prison even though he wasn't there to hear about it.
Urbana looking to expand outdoor dining options with 'Curbanas'
Visitors to downtown Urbana this summer won't be cooped up inside if they don't want to be - city officials will be testing the water with a unique kind of outdoor seating that turns narrow sidewalks into outdoor cafes.
Rape advocacy agency expanding services to teenagers
After a boyfriend took advantage of her sexually as she slept, Lexi White needed someone to listen to her about that trauma.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Cause of Urbana apartment building fire investigated
While Urbana firefighters had to use a ladder truck to rescue one person from the balcony of one of the apartments, nobody was reported hurt.
Urbana man faces multiple charges
An Urbana man is being held at the Champaign County Jail following his arrest for allegedly trying to enter a house over the weekend.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Newcomer, veteran facing off in 103rd House Dem primary
For the first time since the general election of 2000, Democrats in Champaign-Urbana won't see Naomi Jakobsson's name on the ballot as their party's candidate for state representative.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Pre-primary FEC reports show Davis leads all contenders
U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis outraised each of his real and potential election opponents by at least 3-to-1 in the first eight weeks of the year, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Unofficial: Ridin' with a cop
It's the first day with really nice weather in about three months after a harsh winter.
Area history, March 8, 2014
In 1914, the motion picture "Trafficking in Souls" was to have been shown tonight at the Illinois Theatre in Urbana, but after a private showing with Mayor Browder of Urbana, Dean Clark of the University of Illinois and two or three Urbana club women, it was decided not to permit the showing.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
U of I to create presidential search panel
The University of Illinois hopes to have a new president selected by January, well ahead of the retirement of current President Robert Easter.
Wanted sex offender arrested with suspected cocaine
A Champaign man who was wanted for failing to register as a sex offender has been charged with possessing drugs intended for sale.
Windsor Road reopens in Urbana
The assistant Urbana city engineer announced Friday afternoon that all lanes of Windsor Road between Race Street and Philo Road are now open to traffic.
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When it comes to havoc-wreaking college bashes, UI has company
They're not all called Unofficial St. Patrick's Day, but the debauchery is far from unique to the University of Illinois.
'Storm chaser' in town
On Friday, former Parkland College student Andrew Pritchard returns to campus for his "Confessions of a Storm Chaser" presentation at Staerkel Planetarium .
Thu Mar 06, 2014
They combined to save a life
They were an observant 8-year-old boy, a caring neighbor and a trained police officer whose combined efforts saved the life of the 57-year-old Urbana woman.
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Fifth pension lawsuit filed by U of I employees
The lawsuit from current and former employees at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and Parkland Community College was filed in Champaign County Circuit Court Thursday.
UI trustees approve transgender surgery coverage
University of Illinois trustees today approved a proposal to cover gender reassignment surgery as part of the student health insurance plan at the Urbana campus.
UI board has taken to opening meetings with state song
Bethany Stiles, a University of Illinois graduate student in music, sits at her piano where she practices her version of the "Illinois" state song at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.