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May 21, 2019 - The 21st Show

Farming, Wet Weather And Trade; A ‘Reverse Great Migration’; Attorney General Kwame Raoul

Planting season in Illinois has been massively delayed as we face one of the wettest springs in more than a century. So, how are farmers coping with all of this uncertainty? Plus, African-Americans have been moving out of Chicago for years, not just to suburbs or other parts of Illinois, but also to areas in the South. And, Attorney General Kwame Raoul tells us why he's worried that alternative energy suppliers are preying on consumers and charging high utility bills.


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September 19, 2018 - News Local/State

Champaign Police Offer Safe Venue For The Exchange Of Goods Sold Online

With the growing popularity of websites like Craigslist, it’s becoming more common for strangers to meet and exchange money or goods. The Champaign Police Department announced Tuesday the opening of a new location aimed at making these interactions safer.


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