217 Today: Monday June 14, 2021
Monday June 14, 2021
In an effort to address the so-called digital divide exacerbated by the pandemic, the Federal Communications Commission is temporarily providing low-income Americans discounted Internet access.
A federal judge has stopped debt payoffs for Black and other minority farmers.
The police department of the University of Illinois is launching a new initiative to provide help to people experiencing mental health crises.
Champaign-Urbana public health officials report the number of active COVID-19 cases has declined for the 15th straight day – down to 94 on Sunday. The number of hospitalizations held steady at seven for the third day in a row.
In today's deep dive, a look at how therapy dogs are helping to expand mental health services in schools.
Reporting today contributed by Derek Cantu, Seth Bodine, Christine Herman, and Peter Medlin.