September 27, 2023 Today’s headlines: The Illinois Secretary of State office is implementing changes to motor vehicle centers — with a focus on senior drivers.
Tuesday, September 26, 2023 Today’s headlines: U.S. Senator Dick Durbin joined members of the United Auto Workers on the picket line Monday at the General
Monday, September 25, 2023 Today’s headlines: The Biden administration’s move to expand work permits for some seeking asylum in the U.S. is welcome news to
217 Today: Midwives could help prevent more deaths. Why don’t more Chicago-area hospitals have them?
September 22, 2023 Today’s headlines: Federal lawmakers from Illinois are calling on their Republican colleagues to avoid a government shutdown. The Illinois State Board of
September 21, 2023 Today’s headlines: A local mosque is gathering funds for survivors of the devastating earthquake that hit Morocco earlier this month. Illinois U.S.
September 20, 2023 Today’s headlines: On National Voter Registration Day the first Black sorority in history joined with the Champaign County Clerk’s office and League of
Tuesday, September 19, 2023 Today’s headlines: Monday was supposed to be Illinois’ first day without cash bail. But judges in some counties were still setting
Monday, September 18, 2023 Today’s headlines: Advocates for survivors of sex crimes and domestic violence are cheering the end of cash bail in Illinois on
September 15, 2023 Today’s headlines: The Fighting Illini football team plays their first Big Ten Conference game of the season Saturday against the Penn State
September 14, 2023 Today’s headlines: The annual Pygmalion festival returns to Champaign-Urbana next week and two winners of RuPaul’s Drag Race will be an opening
September 13, 2023 Today’s headlines: Teaching assistants and security officers with the Decatur School District 61 rallied on Tuesday for wages they say they can live
217 Today: Serving farm fresh food in schools is getting big federal support — but will ‘farm to school’ stick?
Tuesday, September 12, 2023 Today’s headlines: Illinois state representative Maura Hirschauer is enlisting gun control advocates to help revive a bill targeting domestic violence. A