News Around Illinois – February 4, 2020
Champaign Central High School Closed Tuesday CHAMPAIGN – Champaign Unit 4 Schools tweeted Monday night that there will be no classes at Central High School for students on Tuesday, February 4. Repair to a water leak continues to affect the building’s heating. Staff members are expected to report to work. They will work in the […]
Audit Questions Cybersecurity At Illinois State Board Of Elections
SPRINGFIELD – An audit is criticizing cybersecurity practices at the Illinois State Board of Elections, but the board is taking issue with some of the findings. The audit criticizes the board for not doing enough to reduce the risk of a hack, and for not having cybersecurity training when new people are hired and every […]
Why Some Kids May Not Get Enough Mental Health Care
Dr. Darla Hinshaw walks up to the podium in the Indiana Senate chamber. She’s there to tell lawmakers about the children she treats as a psychiatrist…
Report Links Chicago’s Black Population Loss To Rising Inequality
A new report busts some myths and offers nuances about Chicago’s declining black population and its correlation to racial inequality.
The Chiefs End 50-Year Wait For Super Bowl Championship
In a dramatic finish, the Kansas City Chiefs overcame the San Francisco 49ers’ dominant defense in a 31-20 win by relying on their signature comeback style.
Hawkeyes Top Illini 72-65
The Iowa Hawkeyes beat the Illini men’s basketball team 72-65 yesterday in Iowa City. Illinois led 59-55 with just over five minutes remaining in the game before Iowa closed the game on a 17-6 run. Coach Brad Underwood described the chain of events from that point.