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1 min ago | Milling Journal
Urbana, IL-Though some growers may be wondering if they took full advantage of this year's high-yielding conditions, a University of Illinois crop scientist said data does not necessarily show that increasing plant population would have made for bigger yields this year.
4 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
The apparent victim of a February home invasion is in police custody following his arrest early Thursday for allegedly having a gun.
10 hrs ago | Patch.com
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow on Thursday announced that reckless homicide indictments have been returned against an Indiana truck driver accused of causing a crash on Interstate 55 near Elwood that killed five people.
Carle Foundation Hospital has the go-ahead from a state board to expand, over the objections of rival hospital Presence Covenant Medical Center.
A Champaign man accused of taking part in a violent home invasion last fall has been arraigned on Class X felony charges.
Area police believe the arrest of an Urbana woman Tuesday may help them close several residential burglary cases that have cost victims credit and debit cards and a whole lot of hassle.
The Urbana school district is considering participating for the first time in the city's enterprise zone program as a way to provide additional incentives for new development.
In 1914: Champaign police Officer Mitchell arrested three bicycle riders yesterday for riding on the sidewalks.
An Urbana man with a history of violent crimes has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for having a loaded gun in Urbana almost two years ago.
The cause of a fire that damaged an Urbana apartment last week will remain undetermined.
A convicted felon who admitted he possessed a loaded gun last winter has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Next Tuesday, Sept. 2, is the deadline to make the second installment of property tax payments in Champaign County, according to County Treasurer Dan Welch.
Critics of the university's decision to not hire Professor Steven Salaita have ramped up their efforts in recent days, seeking support for a no-confidence vote in the chancellor, soliciting donations for Salaita and adding names to the growing academic boycott.
On Friday, a crowd of about 100 joined her at Philo Tavern. On Saturday, another 100 celebrated with her at Clark-Lindsey Village in Urbana.
ILLINOIS 4-H FOUNDATION AWARDS $7,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS Aug. 26, 2014 Source: Univ of Illinois news release Urbana, Ill.
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