Marchers head toward the Krannert Center in Urbana Thursday night for a concert for missing Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang.

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News Local/State - June 29, 2017

March And Concert Keep Focus On Search For Missing Chinese Scholar

While the search for missing University of Illinois scholar Yingying Zhang closes its third week, University of Illinois officials say about 350 people marched through campus Thursday night and gathered for a concert by a group of Chinese students.

Several Democratic Senators, including Kwame Raoul of Chicago, were waiting to hug Republican Leader Christine Radogno after the news conference where she discuussed her resignation.

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News Local/State - June 29, 2017

Illinois Senate’s Top Republican To Resign

As Illinois’ top political leaders struggle to end a two year budget standoff, one of them has announced she’s resigning. Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno is stepping down effective Saturday.

Senate President John Cullerton, Gov. Bruce Rauner, and House Speaker Michael Madigan are pictured in file photos.

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The 21st Show - June 29, 2017

Illinois’ Third Year Without a Budget Looms Ahead; Airport Security; Levee Dispute; Sports Update

On today's 21st: Illinois is getting national attention today because if lawmakers do not reach an agreement by tomorrow, the state enters an unprecedented third year without a budget. Plus, we look at the Trump administration's announcement that airlines need to step up security, Illinois and Missouri's dispute over a levee, and WBEZ's Cheryl Raye Stout gives an update on Chicago sports.

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