Illinois Quarterback Wes Lunt during a Saturday home loss to Purdue

(AP Photo/Andrew A. Nelles)

News Local/State - October 05, 2014

Illinois Quarterback Lunt Out With Broken Leg

Illinois coach Tim Beckman says Quarterback Wes Lunt has a broken left leg and is expected to miss four to six weeks.

News Local/State - October 04, 2014

Illini Fall At Home To Purdue, 38-27

The Illini football team won't likely be favored to win another game this season, after suffering a 38-27 loss to Purdue on Saturday in Champaign.

two people making paper

Tiffany Jolley/WILL

News Local/State - October 04, 2014

Farmers Make Money and Paper from Crop Waste

A report from the US Department of Agriculture several years ago found that farmers can do more with the stems, leaves and other materials leftover after harvest than plow it back into the soil. One option is to sell it to make paper products.

May Berenbaum with an insect

Photo by UIUC News Service

News Local/State - October 03, 2014

White House Honors U of I Entomologist May Berenbaum

President Barack Obama on Friday awarded the National Medal of Science to a group of researchers that includes University of Illinois entomologist May Berenbaum.

Marchers protest in Ferguson, Missouri.

AP Photo

News Local/State - October 03, 2014

Beyond Ferguson, Part 2: A WILL-AM 580 Special

Last month, host Janice Marie Collins, a University of Illinois journalism professor, began a conversation about some of the questions raised by the shooting of an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri.  That conversation continued Friday, Oct. 3, with a live special focusing on what comes next and the search for solutions.

Dr. Edward Goodman at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, speaks about the nature and treatment of the Ebola virus.

(AP Photo/LM Otero)

News National/International - October 02, 2014

Man With Ebola May Have Lied On Airport Form

When Thomas Duncan traveled to the United States from Liberia last month, he said on an airport questionnaire that he hadn't had any contact with people infected with Ebola.

A worker cultivates a special strain of medical marijuana in Colorado Springs.

(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

News Local/State - October 02, 2014

Data Shows Competition To Start Up Medical Marijuana Facilities

Entrepreneurs looking to get in on the business side of Illinois' new medical marijuana program are facing fierce competition.  The state has come out with numbers showing just how much. 

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