Tatyana McFadden, of Clarksville, Md., center, winner of the women's wheelchair division of the 120th Boston Marathon, poses with the family of 2013 bombing victim Martin Richard, on Monday, April 18, 2016, in Boston. From left Henry and Bill Ri
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April 18, 2016

McFadden Again Wins Boston Marathon

University of Illinois graduate Tatyana McFadden has won her fourth straight women's wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon.  McFadden completed the 26.2-mile course from Hopkinton to Copley Square in an official time of 1 hour, 42 minutes, 16 seconds.


A memorial to those lost on April 7, 2015 outside Redbird Arena in Normal.
Illinois State University Athletics
April 07, 2016

Remembering The ‘Redbird 7’

It was a year ago Thursday that a Cessna plane crash claimed the lives of two members of Illinois State University's athletic staff, as well as five community members.  The group was on their way back from the NCAA men's basketball championship. 


Marquee outside the Virginia Theatre in Champaign before the 2015 Eberfest.
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April 04, 2016

‘Ebertfest 2016: Center Of The Universe’ Preview

A conversation with WILL's Lisa Bralts and Tim Meyers, co-creators of the documentary looking at the history of Roger Ebert's Film Festival at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign. The new documentary, premeiring April 4, also previews the 18th annual Ebertfest, April 13-17.


The Pontiac 66ers and Champaign Swarm start play at Pontiac Township High School on March 6.
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March 31, 2016

Pro Basketball Launches In Pontiac

The Livingston County city of Pontiac, home to one of the country's long-running high school basketball tournaments, has used that history to lure in a minor league franchise.  The Pontiac 66ers, part of the Midwest Professional Basketball Association, play on the same court as the high school team, en route to a 12-4 mark this season.  They'll play in the league championship Friday night.


President Abraham Lincoln
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February 12, 2016

Letters By Lincoln’s Law Partner

A newly edited volume of letters provides more insight into the nation's 16th president. “Herndon on Lincoln: Letters” was edited by Douglas Wilson and Rodney Davis, co-directors of the Lincoln Studies Center at Knox College in Galesburg.


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