Those interested in learning more about solar energy have an opportunity Saturday. Homeowners and businesses across the state include several locally are participating in the Illinois Solar Tour open houses from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wind, solar, and nuclear are some of the energy options available to Illinois consumers. This week on Morning Edition, the WNIJ news team explores how these affect the quality of life in northern Illinois in 2018 and beyond. Reporter Roundtable Wind: The "Third Crop" Wind is sometimes called the "third crop" by farmers. Reporter Susan Stephens has been following the development of wind farms in northern Illinois. She says the term is used because so often the turbines are placed on farms. ...
Have you heard the theory that low air pressure during a hurricane can cause a surge in births? Supposedly a steep drop in barometric pressure makes it easier for a baby to pop out. As Hurricane Florence ripped through the Carolinas, we wondered if that was really true. "It's one of those old wives' tales," said Dr. Hal Lawrence , executive vice president and CEO of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Yes, a study published in Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics in 2007...
- Indian Authorities Say Flight Crew Forgot To Pressurize Airplane Cabin
- From 'Everything Under' To 'Overstory': The 2018 Man Booker Prize Shortlist
- Kim Wants New Summit With Trump, Moon Says After Visiting North Korea
- Trump Officials 'Did Not Want' Census Survey To Ask About Sexual Orientation
- In Lab Turned Casino, Gambling Monkeys Help Scientists Find Risk-Taking Brain Area