Latest ENVIRONMENT News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
University of Illinois officials held ceremonial shovels Wednesday morning, for a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of construction on a new greenhouse. It will open next summer in the Urbana-Champaign campus’ Research Park and be used for research into bioenergy crops.
Illinois Public Media News is monitoring severe storms forecasted for Central Illinois on April 4. This post will be updated with information from the National
A tornado close to the Illinois-Indiana border killed at least 3 people and destroyed homes and an airport. At least 8 others are hurt.
Severe storms damaged farm equipment and business on Friday night.
One person is dead after a roof collapse during a concert in Belvidere in northern Illinois, about an hour west of Chicago.
Authorities said a theater roof collapsed during a tornado in Belvidere, Illinois, killing one person and injuring 28.
Rescuers raced Saturday to search for survivors and help hundreds of people left homeless after a powerful tornado cut a devastating path through Mississippi, killing at least 25 people and injuring dozens. The tornado flattened entire blocks as it carved a path of destruction for more than an hour.
Illinois Public Media News is monitoring heavy rain forecasted for Central Illinois on March 23. This post will be updated with information from the National
CHAMPAIGN – Rising costs driven by inflation have affected nearly every aspect of daily life. From soaring grocery prices to high gas costs, budgets have
Illinois Public Media News is monitoring rain and snow forecasted for Central Illinois on March 11-12. This post will be updated with information from the
U of I graduate Berkhan Eminsoy was one of the thousands killed by a massive earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
While proponents say it’s greener than traditional burial, critics doubt its dignity.