As some Illinois Republicans begin to consider gubernatorial bids, we need to be concerned about candidates that call for bipartisanship and civility while siding with extremists.
Tuesday is Election Day in Urbana. Here's what the candidates said about solving neighborhood problems.
With uncertainty surrounding this year’s Unofficial festivities, we ponder what the future might hold for this polarizing event.
The University of Illinois announced its plan to act on the 2019 report, The Chancellor’s Commission on Native Imagery: Healing and Reconciliation.
We are fortunate to have Champaign-Urbana Public Health District to help us weather the COVID storm in Champaign County.
Even after a life of avoiding vaccinations at all costs, Gail shares why losing a bet gave way to her getting her shot.
The City of Champaign needs to do more for Black people than simply putting a mural on the street.
Thomasboro's mayor, Tyler Evans, participated the January 6th attack on the Capitol.
White supremacists in our government, including IL-15 Representative Mary Miller, are a danger to society and must resign.
Samuel Dotson, a graduate student in nuclear engineering, responds to a recent op-ed regarding a proposed nuclear microreactor on the University of Illinois campus.
Gina Cassidy explains why a nuclear microreactor on the U of I campus is a bad idea.
Needless to say, this year was the worst. But these were the worst of the worsts locally.
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