A week after the University of Illinois reportedly withdrew a job offer to a professor who posted controversial comments on Twitter, the head of the department overseeing that position says the decision harms the university’s reputation and ability to attract talented professors.
The owner of the Clinton Landfill says it will appeal the latest modification to its state EPA permit, which bans it from accepting PCB and manufactured gas plant waste.
A candidate for Illinois treasurer, Champaign Sen. Mike Frerichs is being asked to explain why he didn't pay more than $1,800 in back taxes and interest to the Illinois Department of Revenue.
The University of Illinois’ Athletic Director says an NCAA ruling on autonomy among top conferences will only enhance the student-athlete experience.
Governor Pat Quinn won't say why his administration contradicted itself when it came to cleaning up hiring at the Illinois Department of Transportation. The administration had previously said the fix was done, but now says it isn't complete.
Coming up Saturday, August 9th, in Champaign at the Virginia Theatre, a gala event--including a red carpet walk--for a project called Pens to Lens.
Interest in drugs that might be used to treat Ebola virus has hit a fever pitch, but the buzz isn't simply about fear of Ebola, or about saving lives in poor nations of West Africa. It's also about money.
The Republican nominee for governor has come under political scrutiny after a report revealed his connections to offshore investments. But Bruce Rauner insists that the practice is common.
Sales of existing homes in Champaign County were down in July compared to the same month a year ago.
President Obama has authorized targeted air strikes against Islamic militants where needed and if militants advanced toward American personnel in northern Iraq, he said Thursday night.