Early voting center in Champaign fails to make waves, potential lawsuit scares away Chief group, Champaign hopes for further development of East University Ave. area, Hogan's proposals are met with questions, UI's sexual health ranking drops, and Illinois gubernatorial candidates debate over jobs.
UI faculty speaks out in support of Louis Wozniak, Olympian Drive disagreements persist, UI students and faculty protest against administration, Pat Quinn talks civil unions in Illinois, and Urbana Cracker Barrel is robbed at gunpoint.
UI tuition rises, locals buy Illinois Marathon, UI aviation program could be cut, Champaign school district deals with financial problems, and Blago's lawyer plans to leave case.
Carrington family turns down settlement, missing UI professor's body found, UI faculty departs, and Illinois strikes deal with union over state employee job cuts.
Olympian Drive discussions continue, UI gets eco-friendly washers, former UI farm may see development, West Nile identified in Champaign County, and Illinois voters may not want Blago retrial.
Champaign and UI deal with budget issues, laid off Urbana school employees are rehired, UI's Sustainable Student Farm debuts, and Quinn and Brady debate over minimum wage.
Prussing pushes for Olympian, UI drops in national rankings, MTD to fund more hybrid buses, Illinois fails to earn federal education grant, and judge speculates on Blago retrial date.
Olympian Drive discussion continues, use of UI's Kenney Gym is restricted, UI faculty not receiving raises, Illinois owes federal government $2.2 billion, and Blago talks about "horse trading."
Champaign wants more feedback on police, Urbana gas prices may be on the rise, Brady talks potential tax cuts for Illinois, and Blago's trial remains in deadlock.
UI president search figures are released, Lincoln and Olympian are discussed, Champaign health clinic closes its doors, Quinn reveals budget cut details, and Blago's house is at risk.
Howell is rehired, UI alum named CEO of BP, Olympian Drive roundtable discusses Lincoln Ave., and Blago's trial continues.
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