Latest: 10:01 pm, 5/9/14, Friday UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Some say he’s paid his debt to society. That’s why they’re trying to save a professor’s job.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- More people will have to pay to park on the UI campus.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- Organizers are preparing for the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Police say a UI basketball player was arrested early Tuesday.
Latest: 6:03 pm, 4/9/14, Wednesday URBANA -- She's baaack. Alma Mater officially returned to campus Wednesday after being gone for almost two years.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Some of the most famous and talented saxophonists on the planet were in Urbana-Champaign this weekend.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- UI students went back to class Tuesday. Now, police are asking them to keep a close eye on their favorite accessory.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- A weekend of snow means a Monday of digging out for some local businesses.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- Gas prices may be up, but water use is down at some businesses which are Going Green.
CHAMPAIGN -- A typhoon hit the Philippines Friday, possibly killing more than 10,000 people. That news put one UI student in a panic.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- They might be a day early, but people at UI say these heroes deserve some extra praise.
URBANA -- Business are going head-to-head in a competition.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- A phone scam is picking up steam in the area.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- Those fighting for immigration reform found out Wednesday they have some strong support.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- People in the area are saying "no" to violence.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- Some in the area are making a promise to be better drivers.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- New students on campus are already setting records at UI.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN -- A new program is keeping bike riders in line by teaching them the rules of the road.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Some extra money from the federal government went a long way to keep an area treatment plant going strong.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Billions of dollars worth of stimulus funds have helped Illinois the past four years. Many projects are still underway. They were created to help jump-start the economy.