Pope Francis
(Michael Sohn/AP)
May 12, 2013

Pope Canonises 800 Italian Ottoman Victims

Pope Francis has proclaimed the first saints of his pontificate in a ceremony at the Vatican - a list which includes 800 victims of an atrocity carried out by Ottoman soldiers in 1480.


Champaign Post Office
(Jeff Bossert/WILL)
April 24, 2013

Legislation Would Name Post Office for Burgess

Illinois’ two U.S. Senators have introduced a measure to name a Campustown post office for the first and only African American to be elected to a county-wide office in Champaign County.


April 12, 2013

Historic Virginia Theatre Opens For Public Tours

The historic Virginia Theatre in Champaign will be open for public tours, Saturday, April 13, from 1 until 5 pm. It’s the first chance many people will have to see the theater's interior since third phase of an expensive renovation project began.


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Roger Ebert
(Charles Rex Arbogast/AP)
April 05, 2013

Film Critic Roger Ebert Dies

Famed film critic and Urbana native, Roger Ebert has died Thursday at the age of 70. He had the most-watched thumb in Hollywood.


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