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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
Urbana council OKs lighter requirement for spontaneous protests

The city council gave a thumbs-up Monday to a lighter requirement, instead of a permit, for peaceful assemblies where 50 or more people gather that are planned within 48 hours. According to the unanimously approved ordinance from Urbana City Attorney James Simon, people organizing these spontaneous expressions of free speech will need to "make a reasonable effort" to notify the Urbana police chief or a member of the city's public works department "as soon as reasonably practicable."

UI provost finalists prepare for campus presentations

The dean of the University of Illinois' engineering college says the No. 1 job of the next campus provost is to protect the breadth and depth of the school's academic enterprise.

Charges against 2 in 2016 home invasion, robbery dismissed

Recanting by witnesses forced a prosecutor Tuesday to dismiss charges against two men accused in the violent home invasion and robbery of an elderly Champaign man about a year ago. Assistant State's Attorney Matt Banach said a "critical" witness in his case against Anthony Wilkins, 22, and Nevalle Booker, 19, is now refusing to cooperate in their prosecution for the Oct. 14, 2016, home invasion, armed robbery and aggravated robbery of an 87-year-old man who lived in the 1500 block of North McKinley Avenue.

Guilty plea nets four-year sentence for second-degree murder

A Seymour woman who fatally stabbed the father of her child more than a year ago is headed to prison but not for long enough to mollify the suffering of his family. In a courtroom crowded with angry, sad people, Sarah Kijanowski, 27, pleaded guilty this morning to a single count of second-degree murder.

Jim Dey: Brothers sharing same fate as result of sharing same affliction

The two brothers, each of whom has a doctoral degree in geology from Rice University in Texas, feared for years that people were out to get them. Their concerns had merit.

Fellowship-trained cardiologists join School of Medicine faculty

Affan Irfan, M.D. , and Paul Okhumale, M.D., r ecently joined Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Marshall Health as cardiologists. "We continue to see more and more patients in our region suffering from heart disease and related illnesses," said Mark A. Studeny, M.D., chair of the department of cardiovascular services at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.

Engineering 'Safe Zone' For Gay Students Will Cost Taxpayers $500,000

The National Science Foundation awarded two grants on Thursday, totaling more than $500,000 to facilitate "safe zone" training encouraging more LGBTQ students to join engineering. The NSF awarded $473,325 to the American Society for Engineering Education and $114,116 to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, according to The Washington Free Beacon .

City seeks changes to video gaming restrictions

This week, the city council will comb through proposed regulations on video gambling, including a new license for gaming-centric establishments. Video gaming is big business in Champaign, with players wagering $123,665,410.11 so far in 2017 alone.

Area history, Sept. 18, 2017

In 1917, Champaign County received $1,500 for holding on to Ernest Byram, who was arrested there several months previously in a vehicle theft in Indiana. In 1967, Helen M. Stevick, 77, president and publisher of The News-Gazette since 1935, died at the Fontana Nursing Care center after several months of declining health.

Abby Martin Gives Verbal Commit to Follow Sister Emily to Illinois

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Top of the Morning, Sept. 17, 2017

Senior drum major Enddy Almonord has been invited to the Macy's T-Day parade. At Central High School in Champaign on Friday, September 15, 2017.

Area history, Sept. 17, 2017

In 1917, the Barnum and Bailey Circus was set to come to town from Alton. The circus was traveling in 89 double-length railroad cars, comprising four train sections.

State universities rolling out red carpet for Illinois high-schoolers

Several state universities are partnering on new efforts to keep talented Illinois high school seniors in the state for college - and combat declining enrollment at some campuses - most recently at a high-profile recruiting event for top students in southern Illinois. The University of Illinois, Eastern Illinois University and Southern Illinois University co-sponsored the first "Salute to Illinois Scholars" on Tuesday at Mount Vernon's Doubletree Hilton for more than 170 college-bound students from the region.

C-U Pride Parade 2017

The Centennial High School Gay Straight Alliance shows off its pride on Saturday afternoon in downtown Champaign. The 8th Annual Champaign-Urbana Pride Parade, Saturday, September 16, 2017 in downtown Champaign.

Bad and good ways to bridge the social security income gap

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Man arrested for allegedly shooting loud person

Champaign police Lt. Dave Shaffer said in a release that Alva Thomas II, 43, who listed an address in the 900 block of Pomona Drive, was arrested about 3 a.m. for allegedly firing two shots at a woman, one of which struck her.

'The Daily Show's' Trevor Noah headlining U of I

Trevor Noah at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, in New York, on April 26, 2017. On Thursday, Sept.

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