Malcolm Hill shoots free throws.
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February 04, 2016

Illini Men Outlast Rutgers

It took three overtimes, but the Illinois men's basketball team survived Rutgers for a Big Ten road win.

A judge's gavel.
February 03, 2016

Illinois Issues: What Are Consent Decrees?

Gov. Bruce Rauner says he wants to get the state out of legal agreements called consent decrees. The deals are a big part of the reason the government is still operating without a budget; they also impact the lives of thousands of Illinois residents. But unless you are affected by one, you've probably never heard of them.

Champaign Police Car
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February 03, 2016

Champaign Council Approves $70,000 Settlement, Third Involving Officer Rush

The three excessive force lawsuit settlements involving police officer Matt Rush total $320,000.  Concerned citizens have been calling for for Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz to file charges against Rush. Council members also may lobby with Urbana leaders for changes in the police union arbitration process.

In this June 10, 2015 file photo, Illinois state Comptroller Leslie Munger speaks at a news conference in Chicago
Christian K. Lee/Associated Press
February 02, 2016

Comptroller: Illinois Will Fall $6.2B In Debt Without Budget

Illinois is on track to fall more than $6 billion further into debt amid the months-long budget stalemate. Comptroller Leslie Munger says spending will outpace last year's rates by $1.2 billion, which also includes a $5 billion revenue drop from the rolled back temporary income tax increase.

Brian Moline and Lisa Bralts in a baseball pose.
Michael Owen Thomas/Illinois Public Media
February 02, 2016

The Bandwagon - Episode Nine

Lisa and Brian are back with another episode of The Bandwagon!  This week they talk about the great Lakers-Celtics rivalry of the 1980s, the first female NFL assistant coach, and the World Ping Pong Championships!  And Brian sings a little, but don't let that discourage you from listening.

A sign in front of a home on Lincoln Avenue in Urbana protests Carle Hospital's tax-exempt status.
Travis Stansel/Illinois Public Media
February 02, 2016

Attorney General Seeks Stay Of Tax Ruling Impacting Urbana Hospitals

The Illinois Attorney General's office wants the 4th District Appellate Court to delay enforcement of the January 5 ruling which found a 2012 state law involving tax exemptions for hospitals that provide charity care to be unconstitutional. The motion for a stay was filed with the appelate court on January 28.  Carle is appealing last month's ruling to the Illinois Supreme Court.

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