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Champaign County started off December with COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continuing to rise. [Read More]
No one was hurt in either fire but Smith said the occupants will have to live elsewhere for a while. [Read More]
The child reported that she was "playing house" and that he had touched her private parts. [Read More]
The ex-campaign worker for Gov. J.B. Pritzker who is at the center of an email in which a one-time Statehouse lobbyist alleged government coverups of... [Read More]
Five boys' team and four girls' squads are representing the area in the lone December rankings. [Read More]
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Scientists and other experts share insights on what you should know about the newest COVID-19 variant and where things stand on this, Day No. 630... [Read More]
The child reported that she was "playing house" and that he had touched her private parts. [Read More]
Brian Barnhart hosts a two hour Penny open line. Jim Dey from The News-Gazette joins the conversation in hour two. [Read More]
"Be patient therefore, brethren, unto the coming of the Lord. Behold, the husbandman waiteth for the precious fruit of the earth, and hath long patience... [Read More]
I was digging around in a barn loft a while back collecting things that had been stored away for half a century. [Read More]
Super senior guard's return played key role in Big Ten/ACC Challenge victory... [Read More]
The latest four athletes in our photo series highlighting football, volleyball, boys' soccer, golf, cross-country, girls' tennis and girls' swimming and diving. [Read More]
The Mahomet-Seymour girls' basketball squad remained perfect on the season. [Read More]
Illinois safety caps breakthrough season with league accolade; seven other Illini recognized Tuesday... [Read More]
The coaching carousel in college football is spinning fast and furious already. And the just calendar flipped to December... [Read More]
Dave Gentry and CW Greer talk to Champaign Mayor Deb Frank Feinen about tiny structures on properties, the infrastructure progress happening at Garden Hills, and... [Read More]
Given a choice between going up against J.B. Pritzker's billions and staying with the bonkers House Republicans,... [Read More]
Wham! [Read More]
Champaign County Recorder of Deeds Mike Ingram will leave office at the end of the month when the recorder's office is rolled into the county... [Read More]
A self-proclaimed history nerd, RCS Superintendent Scott Woods knew what was happening in 1919. It was the year after the end of World War I,... [Read More]
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