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AP - Illinois Public Media News - October 02, 2014

Hong Kong Police Warn Not To Charge Government Buildings

By The Associated Press, with Addtional Reporting from National Public Radio

Student protesters in Hong Kong resist during a change of shift for local police.

Tensions are mounting in Hong Kong. Leaders of the tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters are threatening to try to move into government buildings unless the city's Beijing-backed chief executive steps down.

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Renowned Vocalist, U of I Professor Gunn To Perform In Renovated Court Chambers

By The Associated Press, with Additional Reporting from Illinois Public Media

Nathan Gunn as the Count, performing in The Marriage of Figaro in Highland Park, Illinois.

A renowned baritone and director of the University of Illinois’ Lyric Theater program will honor his great-grandfather as the Illinois Supreme Court unveils its new quarters next week.

Categories: Art and Culture

AP - Illinois Public Media News - October 01, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Prof. Salaita Plans Speeches In Chicago Area

By The Associated Press

Steven Salaita speaking at the University YMCA September 9.

An academic who lost a University of Illinois job offer because of profane, anti-Israel Twitter messages plans a series of talks at Chicago-area universities.

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Rose Calls For DNR To Hurry Up On Eagle Creek Resort

By Jim Meadows

State Senator Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet) is promising an in-depth budget review of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, saying it has moved too slowly on renovations for the resort at Eagle Creek State Recreation Area in Shelby County.

Categories: Government, Recreation

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