Illinois extended its perfect start to conference play with an upset win over No. 4 Purdue in West Lafayette, 3-2 (30-28, 15-25, 26-24, 18-25, 15-10), the team’s second straight win at Holloway Gym after securing an upset to finish the season last year. The Illini were led by outside hitters Megan Cooney, who notched a double-double with a season-high 20 kills and 10 digs, Jessica Nunge, who set a new career-best with 15 kills, and Raina Terry, who recorded a double-double with 14 kills and 10 digs, and setter Diana Brown, who secured a double-double with 50 assists and 15 digs. “It’s just exciting to see this team have such great success in the Big Ten right now,” Cooney said. “We’ve worked pretty hard in practice this week to just play the best that we can against Purdue, so that was exciting to see our hard work pay off.” The first set was a back-and-forth affair, as neither team ever led by more than three points in the frame. After fighting off three set points, Illinois took the set via a kill from Terry and a service ace from setter Brown. Set two wasn’t as favorable for the Illini. After Illinois got out to a quick 4-2 lead, Purdue went on an 11-3 run, and it was never able to recover, falling 25-15 and tying the match at 1-1. Trailing by as many as six three different times in the third set, Illinois used a late surge to take the 2-1 lead.

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More Sears and Kmart stores will close in the coming months. Two years after Transformco acquired the struggling retailers out of bankruptcy in February 2019, seven Sears and two Kmart stores are liquidating with most closing by mid-November. SB360 Capital Partners is managing the store closing sales, according to the liquidation firm's  website .  Transformco said in a statement that its "go-forward store strategy for Sears and Kmart is to operate a diversified portfolio consisting of a small number of larger, premier stores with a larger number of small format stores." One of the closing stores is the Sears store at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois, which Transformco said is "its last large department store in Illinois." The company said it plans to "redevelop and reinvigorate the property." ►Save better, spend better:   Money tips and advice delivered right to your inbox. Sign up here Transformco said it "will continue to expand both Hometown Stores and Home & Life stores in cities and towns that previously had larger format stores." It also is "very focused on growing and the Sears Home Services business.” The company has not posted a list of store closures since  November 2019 when it announced 96 stores would shutter by February 2020. At that time, the company said it would operate 182 stores after the closures. There have been additional closings but no large announcements have been made since 2019. Target Circle guide: How to save, get deals and earn cash back Both chains were owned by Sears Holdings, which filed for  Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2018  and narrowly escaped liquidation in early 2019. They were sold to their longtime investor and CEO, Eddie Lampert, who has kept them alive on a shoestring budget under the company name Transformco.  Sears and Kmart have closed more than 3,500 stores and cut about 250,000 jobs in the past 15 years. After the new closings, it appears there will be 19 Sears department stores and 16 Kmart stores remaining. Transformco said in a statement to USA TODAY that there are more than 300 large and small format Sears and Kmart stores nationwide. [Production] [Education]

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Victoria, home to the city of Melbourne, detected 514 new infections, exceeding the year's previous daily high of 473 on Monday. Sydney and Melbourne, Australia's largest cities, have ramped up their immunisation drives as the country struggles to contain a third wave of infections fuelled by the highly infectious Delta variant, putting nearly half of the 25 million population under strict stay-at-home orders. Still, Australia's coronavirus infection rates are far lower than those in many other countries, with some 80,000 cases and 1,128 deaths, and authorities are promising to relax many tough curbs, perhaps next month, after more people get both of their vaccine shots. "That 70% double dose and 80% double dose mark is within plain sight. Keep going Australia," Prime Minister Scott Morrison said during a media briefing in Canberra. Under a reopening plan unveiled in July, the federal government will urge states and territories to start living with the virus once those high targets are reached. To now, 44% of people over the age of 16 are fully vaccinated while 69% have had at least one dose. Officials in New South Wales, at the heart of the country's worst coronavirus outbreak, implored its residents to get their shots soon as they reported 12 new deaths from the virus, with 10 of them people who were not vaccinated. A total of 1,351 new cases were detected in the state, the majority in its capital, Sydney, up from 1,259. A nightly curfew in Sydney's 12 hard-hit western suburbs ended on Wednesday night amid higher vaccinations.

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