Rithika chats with Dr. Rex Hess of Epivara Incorporation at the U of I about the company's revolutionary new technology and the recent $250,000 grant they've received from the National Science Foundation.
Rithika talks to Carle medical student Aaron Brown and Charles Burton of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club to learn more their efforts to provide and promote free vaccinations and health information to all communities.
Professor Cara Finnegan's new book Photographic Presidents, defines "the Chief Executive via flash powder and selfie sticks."
Champaign County's weather radio station is returning to the airwaves after a 15-month absence. What took so long? A lot of things, turns out.
"It's a place for everyone to go where they feel safe, where they feel welcome."
Grand Prairie Friends are gearing up for their annual native plant sale, but their work happens all year long.
"When people call or come through our doors, they are not only physically hurt but are also emotionally stressed...Their worlds are turned upside down, and it is rewarding to see and hear the relief they feel knowing that someone is finally on their side."
Kingfisher Kayaking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing affordable kayak rentals and conservation education to East Central Illinois.
After forging a relatively clear path to a second term as Mayor of Urbana, Diane Marlin looks back at the accomplishments of the last four years and ahead to the future of Urbana.
"My time in our schools cemented my motivation to engage in meaningful change in our school system and to advocate for families that felt unwelcomed, excluded, or underserved."
We spent some time at this past weekend's Beckman Institute Open House and review a few things.
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