Lincoln Sally Turner Picked For Bill Brady's Former Senate Seat By Ryan Denham • Jan 25, 2021 A former Logan County clerk has been chosen to fill out the rest of state Sen. Bill Brady's term. Lincoln Cancels Plans For Luxury EV On Rivian Platform By Ryan Denham • Apr 28, 2020 Paul Sancya / AP UPDATED 5:50 p.m. | The Lincoln Motor Co. said Tuesday it will not proceed with development of a new electric vehicle based on Rivian's skateboard platform, citing "the current environment." NTSB: Plane Was Surveying Bald Eagle Nest At Time Of Crash Near Lincoln By Ryan Denham • Mar 17, 2020 NTSB / Google Maps The three men on board a small plane that crashed near Lincoln this month were conducting an aerial survey of a bald eagle nest nearby, federal officials said Tuesday. Legal Profession Tries To Evolve As Rural Attorneys Disappear By Ryan Denham • Feb 27, 2020 Courtesy / BRE Law It’s hard for rural communities in Illinois to attract or keep the doctors, teachers, or even grocery stores which together make everyday life possible in a small town. Degradation, Neglect And Roaches: Inside Illinois' Largest Women's Prison By Patrick Smith • Jan 2, 2020 The staff and inmates at Illinois' largest women's prison agree the facility is "falling apart," "neglected" and "unsanitary." The deteriorating physical condition is one of the key findings of a new report from the independent prison watchdog John Howard Association on the Logan Correctional Center in central Illinois. Turning Back To 4-Year Roots, Lincoln College Knows Its Niche By Ryan Denham • Apr 16, 2018 Ryan Denham / WGLT Ten years ago, Lincoln College was a junior college in a small town. Renovated Amtrak Station Opens in Downtown Lincoln By Student Reporter Dania De La Hoya • Dec 6, 2017 Tim Butler / Facebook State and city officials gathered Tuesday to celebrate the completion of renovations to the Amtrak station in downtown Lincoln, the latest along the Chicago-St. Louis route to see improvements. Iconic Route 66 Sign Saved With Help From Park Service Grant By Ryan Denham • Aug 25, 2017 Courtesy A $17,000 grant from the National Park Service gives the green light to a plan to preserve and restore the iconic Tropics neon sign on Route 66 in Lincoln.