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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

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Area history, June 18, 2018

In 1918, Otto Custer and Cecil Worley were arrested by police for bringing 12 quarts of whiskey and two barrels of beer into Champaign. In 1968, a $191.7 million capital budget was being considered by the University of Illinois trustees, including $11 million for an addition to the East Chemistry Building, $5.7 million for the Engineering Library, $10 million for the Large Animal Clinic and Hospital, $5 million for an addition to the Law Building and $8 million for the Medical Services Building.

Champaign City Council may change rules on parking lot behavior

There aren't rules on the city's books about prohibited activities in city-owned parking lots and metered spaces, but that could be changing soon. The Champaign City Council plans to vote Tuesday on creating formal guidelines for what people can't do in those areas.

US abortion clinics face surge of trespassing and blockades

America's abortion clinics experienced a major upsurge in trespassing, obstruction and blockades by anti-abortion activists in 2017, according to an annual survey by an industry group. The National Abortion Federation report chronicled a litany of actions that ranged from coordinated trespassing efforts by abortion opponents, repeated brick-throwing at windows of a Cleveland clinic and an attempted bombing in Illinois.

Champaign council to vote on grants for new Midtown development

Bar owner Scott Cochrane wants to spend about $1.67 million to renovate a long-vacant building across the street from the former Chester Street Bar. It's part of a project called Midtown Crossing, at the corner of Water and Chester streets a block east of the railroad tracks and just south of University Avenue.

Garden Walk to feature the beauties and the beastly

Most of Saturday's Champaign County Master Gardeners Garden Walk is about the former, but the latter is murder - especially if you're a horse or a cow. The year's walk runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Champaign, Urbana and St. Joseph, and features nine gardens.

UPDATED: Two wounded in shooting incidents Friday night, Champaign police report

At least one of the two was taken to a local hospital with a gunshot wound, according to Champaign police. That person, who authorities wouldn't identify, was shot near Third and Hill streets around 7:54 p.m., according to Detective Benjamin Newell.

Ramadan promotes charitable acts, community at local mosque

Volunteer teacher Fatima Ahmed, third from right, and participants in the Central Illinois Mosque and Islamic Center's Quran Camp deliver school supplies to children at Courage Connection on Thursday, June 7, 2018, in Champaign. The campers raised funds to buy the supplies and spent a day packaging them.

Champaign man jailed for 23 years for sexual assault of child

A Champaign man who as a juvenile sexually assaulted two girls was sentenced Friday to 23 years in prison for sexually assaulting a child in March 2017. Judge Tom Difanis called it "chilling" that the circumstances of Brian Kocher's 2017 assault on a young girl were so similar to offenses he committed in 2009 as a teen.

... but many permits are needed to get things rolling

It's going to take an array of city services to get the Burnham Mansion moved a block away from its current site on Champaign's West Church Street. Preservationist Chris Enck has met with representatives of several city government departments to discuss his plans to relocate the mansion, but has yet to apply for the permits he's going to need, city officials said Thursday.

Attorney - Gas leak has made homes "essentially worthless"

Champaign, Ill Peoples Gas is the target of a lawsuit filed on behalf of 17 people in Champaign County. Spiros Law contends the 17 individuals reside in six homes serviced by five drinking water wells that were contaminated by natural gas which leaked from a Peoples Gas storage facility into the Mahomet Aquifer.

UI football players referred to second-chance program in statue theft

Two University of Illinois football players who admitted they took a steel sculpture from a Champaign park in late April have been given a chance to avoid a conviction on their records. James Marchese, 21, and Drew Murtaugh, 20, both of the 500 block of South Second Street, were referred Thursday to the county's felony second-chance program.

Federal jury convicts Kankakee man in Champaign Sprint store robbery

A Kankakee man who had no explanation for why a robbery victim's phone was next to him in a car two years ago is headed to prison for as many as 20 years. A federal court jury in Urbana deliberated for 57 minutes Thursday before convicting Randy Williams, 28, of obstruction of commerce by robbery for the role he played in the July 28, 2016, holdup of the Sprint store, 2706 N. Prospect Ave., C. Government prosecutors Elly Peirson and Ryan Finlen rested their case late Thursday morning after calling 20 witnesses over three days.

Henson's Illini Hall of Fame induction: 'This is a big one'

Former Illini men's basketball coach Lou Henson jokes with his wife, Mary, on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at their home in Champaign. For MARY and LOU HENSON - the First Couple of Champaign-Urbana - Friday's celebration of the second Illini Hall of Fame class is reason to smile.

Vermilion County group working to open daytime drop-in center for homeless

From left, Patsy Jones, Donna Edington and Nancy O'Kane hold some of items they bought for 'Essentially Basic,' Vermilion County's first pantry for personal-hygiene and household-care products, which they distribute to county residents who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The pantry was established by The Dwelling Place board, which is planning to open a daytime drop-in center for the homeless in Danville.

Champaign police bringing back downtown-focused team for summer

So far in 2018, there have been 47 shootings in Champaign and Urbana - up from 35 for the same period last year. Local law-enforcement officials shared those statistics - and plans for how to curtail gun violence in the months ahead - at Wednesday's meeting of the Community Coalition, which includes members of government agencies, businesses and community groups in Champaign and Urbana.

Gunpoint armed robberies lead to prison time

Champaign County courts convicted Ohagie Corbitt, 21, in connection to two armed robberies on the early morning of Dec. 16. The News-Gazette reports the first happened at 3 a.m. in the 500 block of Champaign's East White Street, when Corbitt pointed a gun at a woman and made her hand over cash and a cell phone, but not before demanding she change her password. She was trying to open her apartment building at the time.

17 Mahomet-area residents file lawsuit over 2016 Peoples Gas leak

A Champaign law firm filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Chicago utility Peoples Gas over a 2016 leak at natural-gas facility near the Mahomet Aquifer that contaminated private water wells. Spiros Law filed suit in Champaign County Circuit Court on behalf of 17 plaintiffs from six homes, accusing Peoples Gas of negligence, consumer fraud and battery, among other things.

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