U of I Athletic Director Mike Thomas and Urbana Chancellor Phyllis Wise address reporters in her  campus office in Champaign Monday.

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News Local/State - August 03, 2015

U of I Chancellor, AD: No Personnel Changes From Women’s Basketball Lawsuit

U of I Urbana Chancellor Phyllis Wise and Athletic Director Mike Thomas don't expect any further personnel changes, but do say women's basketball and other sports will follow recommendations from its independent investigation.  Meanwhile, the attorney filing the $10 million lawsuit agaist the university said it will stand, with little expectation for a 'thorough, unbiased investigation.'

The new site for the Champaign drivers license facility at 2012 Round Barn Road, which opens Tuesday, August 11.

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News Local/State - August 03, 2015

New Driver Services Facility Opening In Champaign

A new driver services facility is opening in Champaign this month after the former office closed due to carbon-dioxide levels. The new center will open in Champaign on August 11th.

University of Illinois women's basketball head coach Matt Bollant.

(AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)

News Local/State - August 03, 2015

“Not Supported By The Information Available”: Report on U Of I Women’s Basketball Charges

An outside firmed hired by the University of Illinois to investigation charges of racism and abusive behavior in the women's basketball program at Urbana found no evidence of wrongdoing, but Chancellor Phyllis Wise says they will implement its recommendations on ways for student-athletes to report concerns and relations between coaches and parents.

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