BLOOMINGTON — This won't come as a surprise: Central Illinois is under another wind chill advisory until noon Thursday.
Why it’s likely the Fed will raise interest rates this week
The Federal Reserve will almost certainly raise interest rates on Wednesday despite pressure from President Trump not to do so. But what would happen if the Fed didn’t raise rates? The first thing …
Sam Darnold likely out vs. Buffalo Bills in Week 10 (report)
Darnold was spotted in a walking boot on Wednesday.
Why Aaron Rodgers likely won't get to see Star Wars this week
Starting QB duties take precedence over the latest installment of the epic space saga.
How Likely Is an Apple Pen?
The Apple Watch hasn’t even been released yet, but pundits are already speculating on the next product Apple might create: a stylus for the iPad. Josh Centers examines why an Apple Pen may be possible.
Crash closes I-10 on Sunday, dust likely the cause for second time this week
SAFFORD — For the second time this week, blowing dust has caused a crash on Interstate 10 Sunday, forcing traffic to detour more than 100 mile through Duncan and Safford.
ISP: Likely several weeks before I-74 bus crash findings released
NORMAL — It will likely be several weeks before investigators with the Illinois State Police release final findings related to last week's crash between a semitrailer truck and a school
70-degree day likely before cool conditions return this week in Lancaster County
With a high near 70 degrees, today should be the warmest day of the week in Lancaster County before a shift to cooler air.
Here’s how likely it is that you’ll actually contract rabies
“The first sign of rabies in humans are headaches and fever. Oftentimes, they’ll have numbness or a sort of different sensation at the bite-site. A lot of times if they’re bitten on the arm, or something, their arm may feel sort of numb and tingly.”
Why men are more likely to have hearing loss
It’s a fact that men suffer from hearing loss more than women do.
Opinion: Why a recession is likely in the next two years
Real economic indicators for the world's largest economies — China and the United States — suggest cause for concern. Almost every Chinese indicator in the past few months has come in below expectations.
Virginia tourism revenues likely to top $22 billion
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Virginia tourism revenues are likely to exceed $22.4 billion in 2014, a 4.1 percent increase Gov. Terry McAuliffe credits in part to the state's rising culinary profile McAuliffe, who released the 2014 tourism numbers at a June 3 news conference, said tourism supports more than 216,000 jobs, making it the fifth-largest private employer in the state Besides its beaches, mountains and historic…
Why NFL Players Are So Likely to Declare Bankruptcy
Retirement is supposed to represent one's golden years. But for former NFL players—who are typically out of the game by age 30—retirement is often accompanied by a slew of problems.
Prepare for a warm start to the week in Las Vegas before cooldown
The high for Monday should reach 80, the National Weather Service said. But expect cooler, windier conditions by Thursday, with highs in the mid-70s.
Precipitation likely to give way to cold weekend
BLOOMINGTON — While the winter weather advisory was set to expire at 6 a.m. Friday, cold weather with subzero wind chill factors are likely to last through the weekend.
Why rich parents are more likely to be unethical
Federal attorneys recently arrested 50 people in a college admission scam that allowed wealthy parents to buy their kids’ admission to elite universities. Some might ask why did these parents
How likely are you to get into a fatal DUI in Texas
The probability of getting into a fatal DUI wreck varies among large Texas cities, according to a new analysis.
How is Hurricane Florence likely to affect Charlotte?
Charlotte could be in the path of Hurricane Florence, which could move into the region late this week after making landfall Thursday near Wilmington. Mecklenburg County and Charlotte officials are preparing.
What are Pitt's most likely bowl destinations?
Pitt ended its 2016 season about as emphatically as it could have given where it was one month ago, winning its final three games to finish 8-4 and earn a ...
Why This State Is The Most Likely To Get Tesla's Gigafactory
Elon Musk is a man who needs some batteries. A lot of batteries. So many batteries, in fact, that he's prepared to build a $5 billion Gigafactory capable of turning out enough batteries to fit in 500,000 cars per year by 2020. The big question is this: Who's gonna get it?