Jaclyn spoke with Anne and Chris Lukeman of CU Adventures about running an in-person centered escape room business during a pandemic.
Tom tackles Champaign-Urbana's most rugged peaks and reviews each.
After receiving a $400,000 grant from the Illinois COVID Response Fund, DREAAM House will be able to expand services for underserved families in C-U.
Six months ago, Urbana police officers arrested Aleyah Lewis, sparking controversy and protest. Urbana hired an outside firm to investigate the situation. They found the officers acted "in policy."
Claire interviews Heidi Weatherford and Jill Crandall of Amasong about the mission of the chorus, how COVID has changed it, and more.
On Monday, members of Urbana City Council began the process of reviewing which Urbana charities will receive government money this year. This money has the potential to create jobs and help people's lives, if it's allocated responsibly.
On August 3rd, Julie Laut took over the recently vacant Ward 2 seat on Urbana's City Council. She's progressive, a historian, and a community organizer.
The Champaign-Urbana chapter of Showing Up For Racial Justice offers some easily accessible actions for this week.
Urbana Police Lieutenant Joel Sanders brought a proposal to the Urbana City Council that would address policing of citizens in crisis.
Trina Wright-Dixon is making a difference as the first Black board chair for the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Illinois provides rich educational experiences for older adults.
Julie hears from William Brown, co-founder of HVNT Neighborhood Transformation about the work they are doing in the community.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.