January 02, 2014 - News Local/State

Sub-Zero Temps Due In Central Illinois After Snow

A National Weather Service meteorologist based in central Illinois says the region should get ready for “some of the coldest air'' it's seen in a long time.


January 02, 2014 - News Local/State

U of I Urbana Campus Now Smoke-Free

University of Illinois students will return to a smoke free campus after their holiday break.  The Urbana campus officially banned smoking on all campus property Jan. 1, as well as the littering of tobacco products.


January 02, 2014 - News Local/State

Justices Get Campaign Money, Decide Pension Issue

A published report says groups with ties to the pension-reform law adopted last month have contributed close to $3 million to Illinois Supreme Court justices who might decide its fate.


December 31, 2013 - News Local/State

Illinois Holds Off Indiana In OT

Illinois sank five key free throws late to knock off visiting Indiana in overtime 83-80 Tuesday in the Big Ten opener for both teams.


December 31, 2013 - News Local/State

Report Details NSA’s Alleged High-Tech Tricks For Snaring Data

Intercepted packages. Custom-made cables that steal data. Towers that mimic a commercial cellphone network. Those are a few of the tricks used by elite units of the National Security Agency to monitor potential threats, according to Germany's Der Spiegel. The magazine published those revelations Sunday and Monday, detailing what it calls a catalog of the NSA's high-tech spying products and methods.


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