It's been a hot and dry summer in Central Illinois. Andrew looks back at how we ended up in a drought, and what to expect as the summer wanes.
In a tight vote, Urbana City Council approved Champaign County to move forward with their expansion of the satellite jail to consolidate county facilities by 2024. Brandi breaks down what this means, and recaps the discussion from the July 5th Committee of the Whole meeting.
July sweeps in at the end of this week, and with it some suggestions for how to experience it in C-U.
Here is a snapshot of Thursday's emergency protest in support of abortion rights.
The weather had me worried, but I went to a Skywatch hosted by the Champaign-Urbana Astronomical Society.
Keep those air conditioners primed and the swimsuits nearby, it looks like a hot and dry June in central Illinois.
Is it finally spring? Andrew answers that question as he looks back at a chilly and wet April.
Amidst the traditional proms held by high schools throughout Champaign County, Queer Prom is unique event that provides a safe and fun experience for LGBTQ+ teens.
Julie chats with Jaya Kolisetty, executive director of RACES, as they recognize 50 years of helping survivors of sexual assault.
March was a weather roller coaster, something we've come to expect in C-U.
Andrew recaps a February filled with winter weather, and looks ahead to spring.
From a dry January to a snowy and stormy February, Andrew looks at what's in store for the remainder of winter 2022.
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