Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: Less bugs in the summer.
Hidden Valley Confident Zip Lines Will Open This SummerJason Boyd says both sides agreed to modifications to the zip line plans in Tuesday's meeting with the Planning and Parks Committee.
Colder than Average Winter Expected in IllinoisJanuary temperatures across Illinois are expected to be colder than normal, with equal chances for above and below average precipitation.
This Is Why You Should Never Plug Space Heaters Into Power StripsBefore you plug in that dusty old space heater this winter, you’ll want to follow this safety tip: Don’t use extension cords and power strips.
How To Celebrate The Most Wonderful Time Of The YearAfter the parties and family gatherings, keep warm this winter with movie marathons, game nights, bake-offs and more.
Crown Candy Cuts Hours for WinterAn Old North St. Louis neighborhood staple is reducing hours because business is bad.
Budget Cuts Decrease Maintenance on Illinois RoadsThanks to budget cuts in Springfield, Metro East motorists are going to be seeing changes to the way their roads are maintained.
Experts Say U.S. Should Expect Brutal Winter This YearForecasters at AccuWeather say the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states are in store for a very chilly winter.
Creve Coeur Lake Park Prepares Disputed Ice Rink Grounds for WinterThe 40-acre site in Creve Coeur Lake Park being fought over by ice rink developers and park supporters is being prepared to weather a St. Louis winter.
Ryan Fagan: The Cardinals Can Make Massive Upgrades, But Will They?Josh Donaldson, Giancarlo Stanton, J.D. Martinez and a number of other MLB sluggers could be the big offseason get for St. Louis this winter.
Cold Winter Ahead for MidwestWinter is still a few months away but some long range forecasters are already making predictions.
Winter Storm Impacts Flights at Lambert AirportAbout 40 flights in and out of Lambert have been impacted by the big storm brewing - but they're anticipating many more in the coming days.