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Seventy years ago, our national security changed forever when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor to ignite World War II. DWS news reporter Tim Ditman has the story on one Champaign veteran who's life was thrown into a state of confusion after the attack.
Students who will be attending Parkland College in Champaign have a new way to find out how much they'll have to pay.
The President and CEO of the Champaign County Convention and Visitors Bureau says the bureau is keeping track of events in the area and their economic impact on the county.
The new Vice President and Chancellor of the University of Illinois says the university needs to make sure it plans for the future if it is going to be successful, especially with ongoing budgetary challenges.
The University of Illinois Flash Index has risen to its highest point in nearly three years.
The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District says two more cats have tested positive for the Tularemia disease.
One of those cats is in Champaign. The other is in Urbana.
The Champaign Park District has been awarded a $2.5 million grant that will go towards building a new recreation center.