Three former Illini women's basketball players have alleged wrongdoing against Matt Bollant and his staff, adding to the University's troubles. Should this surprise anyone, though?
Brian weighs in on SWAT teams in C-U, and the necessity of an MRAP as a solution to several issues.
Eric has five takeaways and an honorable mention as he discusses the election madness of the past week.
Eric provides his thoughts on the local election cycle and gives five reasons to pay attention.
In the final installment of our look how the judicial system affects lower-income citizens, the subject goes from taking an unfair deal to what happens after release from incarceration.
Part 2 takes a further trip down the rabbit-hole of incarceration before a guilty verdict is even rendered.
In the first part of a three part series, Christopher details what it would be like to be arrested as a lower-income citizen and the challenges faced when dealing with the law.
Now that the Champaign Park Board has shot down Unit 4's request for Dodds Park a second time, who are the real winners? Ultimately, who loses?
City of Champaign Mayoral candidate Joe Petry provides ideas and insights gathered from community members, and how those ideas can become realized.
Let's get with the times, everyone. The News-Gazette's Tom Kacich thinks Mayor Don Gerard is too "social" — but is it hurting anyone?
Governor Bruce Rauner spoke at the iHotel last Thursday. He touched on government spending and climbing out of the gigantic hole that Illinois is in. But did he offer any solutions?
Eric examines Urbana's "war with Carle" and whether or not Mayor Prussing and Rep. Naomi Jakobsson are paying enough attention to taxpayers' concerns with SB2194.
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