Memorial Stadium, which opened in 1923 and is dedicated to University of Illinois students who perished in World War I, is the home of the Illini football team.
On Nov. 4, Illinois voters will elect a governor for the next four years. And whoever is elected will decide whether the three leaders of the UI board of trustees, including Chairman Chris Kennedy, will continue in the seats they’ve held since 2009.
We interrupt the wave of vicious attack ads to bring you something cheerier. We asked 10 elected officials to think back to their first campaign and share the one tale from the trail that’s guaranteed to make us grin.
“I got on my knees in the cell and the first thing I asked God was to take the craving for those drugs away from me,” the former Urbana high jumping star said.
The Vermilion County Health Department has cancelled its remaining flu shot clinics, at least temporarily, until it receives more flu vaccine.
A look back at Memorial Stadium to go with a newly posted video.
In a long political campaign of speeches, fundraising phone calls, meetings with interest groups, marching in parades, interviews with editorial boards, producing television commercials and everything else leading to Election Day, there’s probably nothing as potentially perilous as a live debate, especially one on television.
Dozens of area high school students will be hands-on this Election Day — even though many of them aren't yet old enough to vote.
A joint city and school district program that finds summer jobs for Champaign students is having trouble attracting boys — particularly black males.
The school board will vote Wednesday on whether to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the city for a fourth officer.
I'll say one thing about Hiram and Lois Flagston: They've aged well. So have their kids. So well, after 60 years, they're still kids.