Jesse reports back with some perspective from students and adults in C-U that watched the recent Presidental debate.
Brian reports on the aftermath of the recent jail death of Toya Frazier.
Rebecah talks with the newest Champaign City Council member, Greg Stock.
Governor Rauner permanently closes the U of I as part of his promise to turn Illinois around.
We chat with Astrid Berkson (District 9) and Lloyd Carter (District 11), who are running for seats on the Champaign County Board.
James Tinsley and Steve Summers, two candidates for the Champaign County Board, explain their reasons for running and their aspirations for what they hope to accomplish in public office.
Brian reports on a press conference held by fifteen leaders in the African-American community on the ongoing controversy surrounding Champaign police officer Matt Rush.
Rebecah chats with Champaign City Council member Clarissa Fourman.
Eric takes a look at the candidates who will compete to face Matthew Duco for the office of Champaign County Recorder in the 2016 general election.
Rebecah chats with Matt Duco about his candidacy for Champaign County Recorder, what the heck the county recorder does, and local politicians’ salaries.
Robert King, a progressive democrat currently pursuing his doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Illinois at Springfield, has announced that he will seek the District 10 Champaign County Board seat.
Matt Hiser, a lifelong Champaign resident, will be seeking the Democratic nomination for the County Board District 8 seat.
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