In honor of Black History Month, we share ideas for how to celebrate Black joy in our community year-round.
Opioid overdoses and deaths from overdose have increased over the past several years. We took a look at the resources available for those struggling with addiction.
Champaign Unit 4 teachers have been working without a contract since June 2021. It’s time the Board of Education incorporates feedback from teachers to move forward with ensuring a safe and productive learning environment for both teachers and students.
The Editorial Board reflects on cancel culture, forgiveness, and searching for nuance in the wake of Meyers Leonard’s reappearance in headlines for his donation to the Ubben Basketball project.
The City of Champaign plans to spend $6.2 million on gun violence prevention over the next two years. Here is what we think about their proposed plan.
Nationwide, COVID cases are spreading rapidly; hospitalizations are up. What does that mean for us in Champaign County?
After another year with a lot of bad, we call out the WORST.
The Editorial Board shares their hopes for C-U in the New Year.
As 2021 comes to a close, our Editorial Board takes a look at where we are now compared to where we were a year ago.
A little bit of help goes a long way.
The new congressional and county district maps heavily favor Democrats. This should not be a surprise.
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.
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