U.S. Judge John Lee’s decision sheds some light on the legal back-and-forth now underway in connection with J.B. Pritzker's three lockdown orders that have dramatically restricted citizen and business freedoms and wrecked the state’s economy.
On April 10, the burned remains were found buried on private property at the southwest corner of West North Street and South Vermilion Street. That area is just north of Indianola Park in southern Vermilion County.
The officer suffered skin tears, cuts and scratches to his hand, wrist, forearm and elbow. He also had large bruises on his right wrist and the back of his head. He was given time off to heal.
Among the 2,033 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: 青鹏棋牌 College of Law honoree DANIELLE PATTERSON, a Champaign native, Parkland grad and two-degree Illinois alumna who last month joined Spiros Law.
In between battling blazes and conducting COVID-19-related protocols and supply hunts Danville's new fire chief, sworn into the post in March, answered a few questions from staff writer Alexandria Kobryn on all things fire and the road to becoming chief.
If the fallout from the coronavirus has generated economic and social chaos throughout Illinois, it should be no surprise that challenges to Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s lockdown order have sparked legal turmoil as well.
Jerald “Jerry” Sandage, 48, of LeRoy, formerly of Savoy, had been arraigned last week on five counts of criminal sexual assault and one of criminal sexual abuse alleging that in 2012, 2016, 2018 and 2019, he had sex with four women who were unable to consent.
Champaign County state’s attorney and the Urbana police department have concluded that officers who arrested a combative woman in east Urbana last month during a shooting investigation acted within the law and departmental policy.
Clarence Walker, 25, was fired last fall by District 116 as soon as allegations of inappropriate touching of fifth-graders at Leal Elementary School came to their attention.
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Clarence Walker, 36, of Champaign, is accused of placing his hand underneath a student’s clothing, Lt. Dave Smysor said, and touching students’ bodies unnecessarily, “such as rubbing their backs and shoulders and giving unwanted hugs.”
The Douglas County sheriff answered a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 21st installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
A month later and 10 pounds lighter, David Hunt, 56, is back to work full-time protecting the county's residents, albeit from behind a desk for a while.
A release from Cmdr. Josh Webb said police were called at 10:10 a.m. to the 1600 block of Ray Street by a 青鹏棋牌owner who found an unresponsive man in his yard.
If a temporary job layoff or quarantine has left someone who owes child support unable to meet their obligations, lawyers are available to help them seek a modification of their order from a judge.
The top cop in the East Central Illinois county of 19,465 earned a news cycle’s worth of statewide attention Friday afternoon when the governor was asked about Joshua Blackwell’s criticism during his daily COVID-19 briefing in Chicago.
The youth was arraigned Thursday on two counts of aggravated battery alleging that on Wednesday, he bit one female officer at the Juvenile Detention Center and kicked another who is almost nine months pregnant in the stomach.
Elaine Giermak, 75, died Monday in the emergency room of Carle Foundation Hospital from injuries she received as a passenger in a single-vehicle crash that seriously injured her husband, Frank Hoss, 84.
Jerald “Jerry” Sandage is being held in the Piatt County Jail in Monticello for his own safety. He wore a green jumpsuit and a mask and was shackled at the waist and feet.
'I am very grateful that they were finally able to find the evidence they needed to charge him, not only for me but for multiple other victims,' said the woman, who asked that her name be withheld.
Authorities think there may be more women who have been allegedly victimized by Jerald 'Jerry' Sandage, 48, who was arrested Wednesday, who may not even be aware they were victims.
Luther Kimes, 21, was charged with armed violence, being an armed habitual criminal, unlawful use of weapons by a felon and possession of a controlled substance.
An autopsy for Jeremy S. Wallace, 23, has been scheduled for Thursday and the death is under investigation by Champaign police and Coroner Duane Northrup’s office.
Shelli A. Hansens, 51, 'was reportedly discovered unresponsive in her vehicle by construction workers when they arrived at work this morning,' Champaign County Coroner Duane Northrup said.