Ayo Dosunmu maneuvers between a pair of Golden Gophers during Illinois' 95-68 win, Wednesday in Champaign.

Rob McColley/for Illinois Public Media

January 17, 2019

Youth Movement Propels Illini Men To First Big Ten Win

The Illini men's basketball team hadn't won a game in over a month. Wednesday night in Champaign, they got their first Big Ten victory of the season, and it was a blowout.


food pantry

Baylee Steelman/WGLT

January 17, 2019

If Shutdown Drags On, Programs Serving The Hungry In Illinois Could Be At Risk

People who rely on SNAP benefits to pay for food will continue to receive that assistance through at least February, even if the partial federal government shutdown continues. But because of the shutdown, next month’s payment will come a couple weeks earlier than usual—on January 20th.


Anna Casey/Illinois Public Media

January 16, 2019

Rising Rents For Mobile Homes; Social Service Agencies Under Pritzker; Dark Sky And Lunar Eclipse

On The 21st: Social service agencies have had a difficult few years, especially after the state budget crisis. We speak with a couple of organizations about what they’re hoping to see from the Pritzker administration. Also, a small group of out-of-state companies have been buying up mobile home lots in Illinois, and raising the rents. Now communities are pushing for rent control. Plus, there will be only one total lunar eclipse this year, and it’s happening on Sunday. 


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