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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
Premature birth linked to language delays, damaged brains

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that the auditory part of the brain is not fully mature at 26 weeks The part of the brain that processes complex language may still be soft and vulnerable to damage when babies are born early Being born prematurely may cause delays in learning speech and language, because parts of the brain are underdeveloped and vulnerable to damage, a new study found. Children born early in the third trimester are likely to experience delays in the development of the auditory cortex, a brain region essential to hearing and understanding sound.

Where the money went: A town-by-town look at 2017 government spending

MONTICELLO splurged for $285,590 worth of log-crawl-thrus, merry-go-alls and other assorted playground equipment at Nick's Park . CHAMPAIGN paid $10,472.80 to equip five new police SUVs with protective barriers, separating the officer in the front seat from the person in custody in the back.

Area history, Jan. 13, 2018

In 1918, a snowstorm stranded Illinois Central Railroad passengers in Champaign. Some stayed on their trains, which were warm and comfortable, while others sought refuge in local hotels.

Options for Neil Street corridor take shape

North Neil Street residents and property owners have narrowed down what renovations they want for the roughly one-mile stretch between Interstate 74 and downtown. Since a $100,000 face-lift for what's known as the Neil Street corridor was approved by the city council last June, Champaign planners have been discussing what a general blueprint might look like when Ratio Architects designs it.

EXCHANGE: Vietnam veteran won't shy away from a challenge

In this Dec. 20, 2017 photo, veteran Peter Thomas, the retired Army 101st and 82nd Airborne command master sergeant and the longtime director of Lincoln's Challenge Academy poses for a photo at his home in Champaign, Ill. Thomas served in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic in Airborne.

Woman injured in crash at Prospect and John

Champaign police Sgt. Tom Frost said at 1:17 p.m., Katrina Lindsey, 24, of Champaign, was driving her Hyundai Elantra south on Prospect Avenue preparing to turn left on to John Street, when she collided with a northbound Mitsubishi Outlander.

Champaign woman gets probation for retrieving boyfriend's gun

A single mother of three who admitted she retrieved a gun that her boyfriend had hidden last summer has been sentenced to 18 months of probation and 90 days of electronic home detention. Judge Roger Webber called Iyeshia Anderson's case "tough," not because it was legally complicated, but because "there are a lot of competing values here."

Man in custody charged in another Champaign shooting

A Champaign man already in custody in connection with a shooting in Champaign last month has been charged in connection with another shooting. Cameron Ross, 25, who listed addresses in the 1200 block of Parkland Court and in the first block of Kenwood Road, was charged Friday with aggravated battery with a firearm and unlawful use of weapons by a felon in connection with a shooting in the 2000 block of Cynthia Drive shortly after 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 8. A 25-year-old man from Urbana sustained a bullet wound that went in and out of his head without seriously injuring him.

Tom's #Mailbag, Jan. 12, 2018

Nice variety of questions in the mailbag this week: Boneyard Creek history, where to get ethanol-free gasoline, use of polygraph tests in federal court, coffee shops in public libraries, intersections without stop signs, a new retail site in north Champaign, parking problems in south Champaign, unemployment benefits for a fired public official, whether freight trains run on a schedule and mysterious loud noises heard near downtown Champaign. "Our coffee shop is run by the library as of last year.

Area history, Jan. 12, 2018

In 1918, no passenger trains were to depart from the Chicago terminals for at least 24 hours and maybe longer. The first effort, they said, would be directed at releasing scores of trains imprisoned by drifts and bringing passengers bound for Chicago into the city.

Beyond the Blueprints: Central High's new Commons area

A new, occasional series looking at what's ahead for Unit 4 schools, by News-Gazette education reporter LYNDSAY JONES . TODAY: The Commons area at Central High.

Youth Assessment Center to settle on new site by spring

A new location for Champaign County's juvenile-diversion program will be chosen by early spring, its coordinator said Wednesday. The Youth Assessment Center's current location, a Unit 4-owned building on Randolph Street, will soon get reclaimed by the Champaign school district for office space.

Biss plans stops in Champaign, Mahomet on Friday

State Sen. Daniel Biss of Evanston, one of six Democratic candidates for governor, will be in Champaign and Mahomet on Friday.

Champaign man gets 10 years for robbing gambling cafe

A Champaign man who admitted robbing a gambling cafe in May was sentenced to 10 years in prison earlier this week. Robert E. Turner, 35, who listed an address in the 1600 block of Gates Place, pleaded guilty Monday before Judge Tom Difanis to a single count of robbery, admitting that on May 29, he entered Chelsea's Video Poker and Gaming, 2010 W. Springfield Ave., C, and took cash from an employee.

Former parole agent from Danville acquitted of official misconduct

A Danville man fired from his job as a parole agent for allegedly not working while being paid has been acquitted of criminal charges. Three years after the Illinois Department of Corrections launched an investigation against Stanley Orndorff, 49, a Champaign County jury Thursday acquitted him of charges of wire fraud and official misconduct that resulted from that internal review.

Defense will ask judge to move accused Mattoon school shooter to a different facility

The lawyer defending a teen charged in the Mattoon High School shooting says his client's psychiatric evaluation is complete. The psychiatrist who performed that evaluation is Dr. Lawrence Jeckel of Champaign, Illinois.

Parolee caught with gun headed back to prison

A Champaign man who had a gun in his home at a time when he was on parole is headed back to prison. A jury took about 30 minutes Thursday to convict Andrew Bell, 23, whose last known address was in the 300 block of South Country Fair Drive, of being an armed habitual criminal and for unlawful use of weapons by a felon on parole.

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