Update: 6:17 pm, 2/11/14, Tuesday CHAMPAIGN -- Unit 4 School District turned to social media to get community feedback.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI Chancellor Phyllis Wise is reacting to criticism for not canceling class Monday.
Latest: 10:22 pm, 1/28/14, Tuesday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI Chancellor Phyllis Wise is getting her apology.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI is getting national attention after Chancellor Phyllis Wise decided to not cancel classes Monday.
ILLINOIS -- Call it politics with a sense of humor.
NATIONAL -- You may want to take a closer look at your kid's Facebook and Twitter pages before they send out college applications.
ST. JOSEPH -- He thought his assignment would open the minds of his students. Instead, it's causing outrage nationwide.
CHAMPAIGN -- Something as simple as a "like" or "follow" on Facebook can help people in your community.
CHAMPAIGN -- Local police say they are connected to the public like never before, thanks to social media.
CHAMPAIGN -- School District Unit 4 is reaching out via Twitter.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Unit 4 School District has rules for Twitter, text and Facebook.
URBANA -- Police are doing more than patrolling the streets to keep people safe.
CHAMPAIGN -- A simple like on Facebook could help stop hunger.
ST. JOSEPH -- Friends and family spread support for Murelle Plotner through Twitter and try to make her dreams come true.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Police are staying connected to the community through Twitter.
CHAMPAIGN -- For a lot of us, checking Twitter is part of our daily routine and this week you'll see some special messages from police.
CHAMPAIGN -- School leaders took to the internet for input Friday.
CHAMPAIGN -- Police turn to twitter to keep you informed.
UPDATE: Monday, January 14, 5:34 PM
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- More people are following police on Twitter after WCIA's story on Sunday night. Urbana Police got about 40 new followers and Champaign Police also got several more.
URBANA -- Police send out a warning to parents on Twitter.
URBANA -- The man who helped make "hashtag" and "tweet" household terms visited UI Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois' employers may have a tougher time looking up potential candidates online.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA-- The University of North Dakota has decided to reinstate its "Fighting Sioux" nickname. Now one State Representative thinks the U of I should follow suit.