In the final part of this three-part series on the new GOP health care plan, Cameron leaves us with some final thoughts and fairly terrifying conclusions.
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Allison interviews director Latrelle Bright about the upcoming performance of Sleep Deprivation Chamber.
Rebecca visited locally owned barbecue joint Wood N Hog to try tasty ribs and tender turkey tips.
A full weekend at the IMC and some folk jams at Rose Bowl make for a fun time in Urbana this week. Find that and much more for your week of shows within.
Jean checks out the sweet treats at Cream & Flutter.
A plan is on the table for revitilization of the Urbana Landmark Hotel, now it's up the the Urbana City Council to decide if it's the right one. The developer and project manager make their case for transforming this historic property.
Josh Whitman wasted little time getting his man for Illinois basketball, it just wasn't one of the men many expected.
In the second part of this three-part series, Cameron looks deeper into the GOP's new health care plan, including Rep. Rodney Davis' support of it.