Emily looks into Congressman Rodney Davis' use of the term "vitriolic rhetoric", and how he uses it to censor his constituents and avoid the difficult questions.
Megan examines the upcoming vote to raise the County Executive's salary and comes away with a lot of questions.
Albert offers up alternatives to new construction at the county jail, as well as details the long history of the battle over this issue.
Dane looks at the soon-to-come Human Relations Commission's police complaint review subcommittee and decides it's a good thing for police–community relations.
Christopher gives the U of I "war chant" a fitting farewell.
Congressman Davis did the right thing in unequivocally condemning white supremacists and neo-nazis. He then defended the president for failing to do the same.
Cameron provides some feedback about Rep. Rodney Davis' recent interview on MSNBC.
Communities all over Illinois are learning that video gaming isn't the win-win proposition its proponents claimed it to be, and Champaign-Urbana is taking a hard look at restricting the fun and games.
Our state is drowning in disposable plastic. Illinois needs bottle deposit legislation.
Champaign County is quite proud of being one of the toughest counties in the state at prosecuting Driving Under the Influence. But how can it be reduced? Chris has a proposition.
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