Katie talks to Regina Crider, the founder of The Youth & Family Peer Support Alliance, about the group's purpose and its call for board members. She also speaks with Laura Huth, President and CEO of do good Consulting, about fundraising and the Alliance's strengths.
Marci Dodds talks with Rebecah as part of our ongoing series on local city officials.
Jessica profiles long-time community fixture David Monk, a.k.a. the Prairie Monk.
Eric Jakobsson, a U of I professor, Urbana City Council member, and spouse of outgoing State Representative Naomi Jakobsson, chats with Rebecah as part of Smile Politely's ongoing series on local public officials.
Annie sat down with Justin Rinaldo, Vice President of Fundraising and Sponsorships for the Illini Dance Marathon, and talked about this great cause and his vision for its great potential.
Taylor interviews Jackie Walk, area director for Special Olympics Illinois, who talks about upcoming Polar Plunge.
The primary election is still a few weeks away, but the race for Illinois’s 13th Congressional District has been going strong for months. We sit down with Ann Callis to discuss the upcoming race.
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