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A new center at Michigan State University aims to look for better ways to preserve roadways. The school's Transportation Center on Highway Pavement Preservation will lead a national group whose mission is to develop strategies for extending pavement
An Urbana man who pushed for years to have either a courthouse or post office named for his accomplished father has died...Burgess pushed first to have the Champaign County courthouse named for his father, James R...When that failed he pushed to have
Authorities say University of Illinois football staff member and former player Matt Sinclair has been charged after allegedly pointing an unloaded handgun at a vehicle carrying other staff members. Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz says
An Urbana man is facing a reckless homicide charge for last month's death of a University of Illinois student who died when she was hit by a truck as she walked on campus...The junior was studying in the school's College of Agricultural, Consumer and
University of Illinois trustees later this month will start considering changes in how the university's hospital, clinics and medical colleges are run...According to The News-Gazette in Champaign (http://bit.ly/1a5xu4T ), a trustees committee on
The FFA's highest honor has been received by Benjamin Pickering, 20, of Neponset. Pickering received the American FFA Degree at ceremonies in Louisville, Ky., last Saturday. The elite honor is bestowed on only one half of 1 percent of FFA members.
Center for Farmland Research at the University of Illinois is hosting the Farmland Markets Conference: Profitability and Future Perspectives on Nov. 13 at the Hilton Garden Inn at Champaign. The keynote speaker will be the United States Department of
Oct. 29, 2013 photo, Mike Hopkins, a 1991 engineering graduate of the University of Illinois, greets an audience at his alma mater in Urbana, Ill., through a live video chat from the International Space Station...University of Illinois, Fighting
A famous sculpture may be back at the University of Illinois campus in Champaign in time for the next year's spring graduation, officials said. The 83-year-old bronze Alma mater statue of a robed woman flanked by figures celebrating "Learning" and "
A deal reached this week between the University of Illinois and a group dedicated to honoring the university's former mascot, Chief Illiniwek, bars the organization from most uses of the symbol's name and official logo. The university threatened