Last week, the Champaign City Council held a study session on the “Use Of Technology To Address Violent Crime,” during which surveillance cameras, automated license plate readers, and gunshot detection technology were discussed.
With more than 44,000 new residents in C-U, we reflect on some minor inconveniences now that the students are back.
When the institution where a teen spends most of their waking hours doesn’t stand in full, unconditional support of their existence, it is emotionally, mentally, and physically damaging.
What is abortion access like in Champaign County?
If the U of I requires vaccinations, masks, and negative COVID tests at all campus facilities, why is Memorial Stadium an exception?
Gun violence continues to impact our community. What solutions do our city leaders have?
The City of Champaign anticipates receiving approximately $25 million from the American Rescue Plan. Our Editorial Board suggests three ways the City should spend it.
The best way to ensure the safest and least disruptive school year is to require COVID-19 vaccination for all eligible students and staff.
WCIA’s recent apology points to its influence beyond Champaign County.
Rain causes the Garden Hills neighborhood to flood. Infrastructure changes are needed now.
This is a public health crisis that affects the entire community, and has lasting trauma. We must invest in proven strategies of violence interruption.
We're looking ahead to summer and fall, and as our cultural events return, they will need our support.
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