A new study shows bugs, even those that feed on crops, might not always be a bad thing for farmers. It is possible some could ultimately do more good than harm to the plants they feed on, by helping them pull through hardships like this year's drought.
A new seismic survey shows a more than 100 mile stretch in Central Illinois is better poised for oil drilling.
The owner of a shuttered mine in Douglas County faces a pollution complaint from the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.
Meteorologists remain cautious about the aftermath of this summer's drought in Indiana even though much of the state has had plenty of rain in recent weeks.
It’s been six years since Champaign-Urbana hosted one of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's collection events for household hazardous waste. And organizers are expecting a big turnout for the event which takes place on Saturday, September 29th, on the north end of Champaign.
A long lost elm tree with a connection to Abraham Lincoln is being honored in Urbana.
The holiday weekend rainfall wasn’t enough for the city of Decatur to lift its restrictions on water use.
After eleven years, it’s now a lot easier to get into the University of Illinois' Allerton Park near Monticello. Local officials held a brief ceremony Monday morning to open a new bridge linking the park’s main entrance with the Allerton mansion and garden.
The prospect of heavy rain from what is left of Hurricane Isaac is leading emergency workers across Illinois and Indiana to prepare for the possibility of flooding.
Illinois gasoline stations have been put on notice that authorities are watching them for any price gouging in the event Tropical Storm Isaac disrupts fuel supplies from the Gulf of Mexico.