Six months ago, Urbana police officers arrested Aleyah Lewis, sparking controversy and protest. Urbana hired an outside firm to investigate the situation. They found the officers acted "in policy."
Apolonia chats with the organizers of C-U Black & African Arts Festival about staying relevant as an event through a pandemic, their respective history in C-U, and more.
Lessons in local history abound if you know where to look.
This south Champaign neighborhood park is a great spot to spend time with the family... if you live in the neighborhood. Otherwise, you'd never likely know it is there.
Student Grace Brock, a member of Kreative Vision Multimedia Club, offers observations about the tumultuous events of 2020.
What do all those county officials actually do? To help you prepare for the November election, here is a quick guide to who's up for election.
It's been a relatively dry August, except for a wild derecho that swept through mid-month.
We know it's a long weekend, but please find ways to enjoy it safely. We have some suggestions for you within.
Mattis Park is located off Devonshire Dr. in south Champaign, and to be clear, it is a fantastic place to be alive and human, no matter how happy or sad you might be at the moment.
Tuesday's Champaign City Council meeting about zoning and city contracts turned into a debate about who gets to have a say in what a neighborhood is and sloppy management of a contract worth $200,000.
Claire interviews Heidi Weatherford and Jill Crandall of Amasong about the mission of the chorus, how COVID has changed it, and more.
This perfect neighborhood spot in east Urbana is a great respite for anytime you might want to have an intimate game of tennis, or a fun day on a nice playground with the kids
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.