Latest ENVIRONMENT News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
A winter storm will bring accumulating snow late Tue night – Wed. The highest snow amounts look to be east of I-55, which is where a Winter Storm Watch is in effect.
The new law would preempt local ordinances more restrictive than the new state standards.
Legislation and programs in states like Missouri and Nebraska are paving the way to welcome large livestock operations by limiting local control over the facilities.
URBANA – The National Weather Service confirms there were seven tornado touchdowns in Central Illinois on Tuesday. Meteorologists say there were three touchdowns in Macon County,
WHITE HEATH – On a gray overcast day in late December, 40 goats and a few sheep await a green, tasty snack in a pasture
URBANA – After a week in the deep freeze, crews are responding to dozens of broken pipes across Central Illinois. The city of Decatur says
The storm that walloped much of the country is now blamed for at least 49 deaths, with rescue and recovery efforts continuing Monday.
The National Weather Service says about 60% of the U.S. population has faced some sort of winter weather advisory or warning.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A frigid winter storm killed at least 18 people as it swept across the country, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands
Illinois Public Media is tracking a winter storm system. Forecasters expect it to bring blowing snow and dangerously cold temperatures to Central Illinois on December
A major snowstorm is coming to the Midwest and Great Plains during some of the busiest days for travel this year. Here’s how to stay
NORMAL — That manatees still swim along Florida’s coast, grizzly bears still roam the west and bald eagles still fly in North American skies is