January 05, 2014

UPDATE: Snowstorm Makes Interstates “Nearly Impassable”

UPDATE 4:35 PM   Illinois State Police District 10 officials are advising that I-57, I-72, and I-74 are nearly impassable.  All other roads are drifting closed.  Near white out conditions.  Blowing and drifting snow is blocking the roadways.  Emergency travel only. US Route 150 is closed between St Joseph and Urbana due to a crash. State Police have implemented their NO TOW policy. They say visibility is extremely poor and it is not safe to tow.  Motorists are being transported to a place of safety to the nearest exit. 

Reminders from Champaign County and Macon County Authorities:  Champaign County Highways and Township roads will not be plowed after dusk.  Macon County Highways and Township roads are closed until further notice. 

UPDATE: 4:07PM --  Illinois State Police are on the scene of a traffic crash involving two jackknife truck tractor/semi trailers on I-57 at milepost 192 blocking both northbound lanes.  Traffic will be stopped northbound until the semis are removed.

Illinois State Police report that eastbound I-74 has been closed at milepost 185, near the University Avenue Exit.

January 04, 2014

Illinois Pounds Penn State 75-55

Rayvonte Rice scored 15 points to lead four Illinois players in double figures as the Illini defeated Penn State 75-55 at the State Farm Center in Champaign on Saturday.

"It's on the left," he says. "No, it's southeast of here," she says.
January 02, 2014

How Language Seems To Shape One’s View Of The World

Lera Boroditsky once did a simple experiment: She asked people to close their eyes and point southeast. A room of distinguished professors in the U.S. pointed in almost every possible direction, whereas 5-year-old Australian aboriginal girls always got it right.

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