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The Historic Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign is a public venue best known for hosting Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held annually in April. It features a variety of performances from community theatre with the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company, to post box-office showings of popular films, current artistic films, live musical performances (both orchestral and popular), and other types of shows.

Population: 75254
Local Newspapers: The News-Gazette Daily Illini
Local Sports Teams: University of Illinois Fighting Illini
Local Colleges: University of Illinois

Zip Codes associated with champaign, illinois: 61820 61821 61822
Towns/Cities near champaign, illinois : Urbana Danville Mahomet Rantoul St Joseph

Champaign News
Person dies in Champaign house fire

Champaign County Coroner Duane Northrup said he's been told that there is a deceased person in the house at 908 W. Clark St., C, where heavy fire was reported just after 5 a.m. Friday. The coroner said he was told the damage was so significant that it is not safe for firefighters or his deputy to enter yet.

Champaign chamber favors selling county nursing home

The board of directors of the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce is on record in opposition to a property-tax increase to benefit the financially struggling Champaign County Nursing Home, and is in favor of selling the institution to a private operator. For now, both policy questions are on the April 4 local elections ballot in Champaign County, but a court hearing is scheduled for Friday on a lawsuit that would remove the selling question from the ballot.

Residents like what they see at MCORE open house

Residents got a sneak peek Wednesday at how $44 million in renovations will affect them during and after construction of the Multimodal Corridor Enhancement project, much of which is scheduled to be completed by late fall 2018. With work set to start next month on three of the five projects , officials held a four-hour open house to answer questions, share designs and hear from residents, who responded positively, especially at the thought of safer cycling routes and a less-cluttered Campustown.

Syngenta to open lab at UI Research Park

One of the largest agriculture companies in the world is opening a digital innovation lab at the University of Illinois Research Park. Switzerland-based Syngenta announced the lab Thursday, with hopes to open it by this summer.

Parkland trustees approve 4.46% tuition, fee increase

Parkland College trustees Wednesday night approved a 4.46 percent increase in tuition and fees for classes beginning this summer. With the increase, base tuition and fees for most in-district students at the community college in Champaign will rise from $157 to $164 per credit hour.

Champaign man struck by car listed in good condition

A Champaign man was injured when he was hit by a car as he crossed University Avenue near Carle Hospital late Wednesday morning. Urbana police Lt.

Lot for sale even as county, owner wrangle over taxes

A legal dispute between the county and the owner of a weedy, fenced-in property at a major Interstate 74 gateway into Champaign is awaiting a resolution by an appellate court. Meanwhile, this 4-acre piece of ground at 1505 N. Neil St. is sporting a new red for-sale sign and a $1.7 million price tag.

Balloons over Vermilion putting kids to work

When Jessica Alyea's students at Northeast Elementary Magnet School in Danville learned they would be getting more homework this year, they cheered. That's because the "homework" consists of helping to design the Kids Zone at this year's Balloons Over Vermilion Festival, designing a mural that kids can color and other duties that come with serving as the student ambassadors for the hot-air balloon event.

Marcus Jackson/About Town: 'It's not just about generating revenue'

Fans of the old reality television series "Parking Wars" might be disappointed to learn that the interactions between parking-enforcement officers and drivers here aren't as fiery as they are on the popular A&E show. Goslin is a 26-year parking-enforcement officer in Champaign.

Matt Rush pays attorney fees, bringing civil case to close

It's possible the public may never hear from Matt Rush again after the embattled former police officer's one outstanding court case came to an early close Wednesday. Rush was due to testify Wednesday on his ability to pay attorney fees in a case where he sued Champaign Police Chief Anthony Cobb and local activist Patricia Avery and lost.

MTD bus strikes UI student in crosswalk

A University of Illinois student was hurt when he was struck by a bus in a crosswalk on campus early Wednesday. UI police Lt.

Area history, Feb. 22, 2017

In 1917, six candidates for mayor and 30 for commissioners filed to be on the March 13 primary ballot in Champaign. The candidates for mayor were George Beers, C.D. Brownwell, William Coughlin, Edwin S. Swigart, S.C. Tucker and Lee VanWegen.

Life in prison for Hoopeston drug trafficker

A Hoopeston man will spend the rest of his life in federal prison after being convicted of trafficking crystal meth and cocaine in Champaign. Jose Jaime Lopez, 37, was sentenced this month at the Urbana federal courthouse.

Man resentenced to 4 years prison for aggravated battery

Noting Darius Robinson's violent past, Judge Tom Difanis declined to recommend the 22-year-old, whose last known address was in the 1000 block of West Bradley Avenue, for boot camp. Robinson and his recently murdered brother and co-defendant, Deonta Rozier, 21, had both been sentenced in May to 30 months probation and 90 days in jail for aggravated battery after pleading guilty to hitting a man in the head March 28. The victim was kicked to unconsciousness in the 1300 block of Anthony Drive in Champaign.

University of Illinois, Champaign cops investigate more sex assault reports

Police said Tuesday they had received reports of two sexual assaults at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign over the Presidents Day weekend, but no campuswide safety alerts were issued despite a spate of other campus attacks earlier this month. The assaults allegedly took place Friday and Saturday, according to crime logs produced by U. of I.'s Police Department and the Champaign Police Department.

Kankakee man facing trial for armed robbery

A Kankakee man is facing life in prison for armed robberies he allegedly committed at a Kankakee gas station as well as a Sprint store in Champaign last year. According to a spokeswoman for the federal court in Urbana, Thomas James, 33, of Kankakee, is being held by U.S. Marshals awaiting a trial scheduled for April 18. The indictment against him alleges that James, armed with a handgun, stole phones from a Sprint store in Champaign on July 28, 2016, and cigarettes and money from the Circle K on Indiana Avenue in Kankakee on Aug. 6, 2016.

Champaign man given probation for not having FOID

A 21-year-old Champaign man with no prior convictions was sentenced to two years of probation for having a gun without a firearm owner's identification card. In return for Timmie L. Sanford's guilty plea Tuesday to that charge, a prosecutor dismissed a more serious charge of residential burglary against him, alleging he had broken into a Champaign home on Jan. 2. Assistant State's Attorney Dan Clifton said Champaign police were summoned that day to a home in the 1500 block of Marigold Lane where the resident reported a break-in.

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