Champaign District 3 City Council member Vic McIntosh, who's resigning at the end of May.
City of Champaign
April 13, 2016

Champaign’s McIntosh Resigning From District 3 Council Seat

Vic McIntosh, who served from 1998-2009 and 2012 to present, says he's moving to unincorporated Urbana.  It's the council's second resignation in recent weeks.  McIntosh held off on this announcement earlier this year, after learning that Marci Dodds was resigning her seat in District 4. 


Illini Pat McInerney hits an RBI single off Nebraska pitcher Colton Howell.
(Hannah Foslien/AP)
April 13, 2016

Illini Baseball Tops ISU 7-1

The victory started a stretch of ten out of eleven games at home for the Illini.


Supporters of education funding rally in the rotunda at the Illinois State Capitol Tuesday, April 12, 2016, in Springfield, Il. Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has released figures breaking down how much each Illinois school district would receive next ye
Seth Perlman/Associated Press
April 12, 2016

CPS Head, Legislator, Blast Governor’s School Funding Plan

Lawmakers got a look at Governor Bruce Rauner's school funding proposal Tuesday.  Rep. Christian Mitchell (D-Chicago) and Forrest Claypool, the head of Chicago Public Schools says the plan is a continuation of a "reverse Robin Hood'' education policy where rich districts get more and poor districts get less.


Bousfield Hall on the University of Illinois' Urbana campus.
U of I Housing
April 12, 2016

U Of I Student Charged With Murder In Infant’s Death

Prosecutors say after University of Illinois sophomore Lindsay Johnson initially tried to hide having given birth in a dorm room bathroom, she suffocated her newborn son.  Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz says the 20-year old sophmore faces counts of first-degree murder, child endangerment, and concealment of a homicidal death.  


In this March 5, 2015, file photo, Illinois' Amarah Coleman, left, drives to the basket as Nebraska's Chandler Smith guards during an NCAA college basketball game in Hoffman Estates, Ill
Nam Y. Huh, File/ Associated Press
April 12, 2016

U Of I Reaches Settlements With Former Women’s Basketball Players & Former Football Coach

The University of Illinois says seven former women’s basketball players who claimed in a lawsuit over an alleged “racially hostile environment” will share a $375,000 settlement. Meanwhile, a $250,000 negotiated settlement has been announced for former football coach Tim Beckman, who was fired by the university last year over the handling of athletes’ injuries.


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