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Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill talks to the media during the Big Ten Football Media Day in Chicago, Monday, July 28, 2014. If Nebraska coach Bo Pelini had his way, National Signing Day would be a thing of the past. And the result would be an
Danielle Paquette The cost of climate change 1 hour ago The cost of climate change Attack of the Chicago climate change maggots Test July 23 at 6:00 AM Lori Burns is one of many people suffering the impact of climate change. Lori's basement has
Sunbelt Rentals, an international company that bills itself as the second-largest rental company nationally, is entering the Wichita market. "We've got a variety of products that we'll be able to provide," says district manager Keith Dressendorfer.
MailTribune.com Seems to me that there is a dramatic increase in violent crimes nationwide. Are there any statistics to compare last year's murders, homicides, bombings, etc. with this year's incidents? Concerned citizen Well, Concerned (and aren't
Polar surge in central U.S. heading east, heat cranks up in the Western U.S. Comments While polar air offers an early taste of fall in the Midwest and eventually the East, hotter than average temperatures are cooking the western U.S.
Extremely cold weather arrives next week in the Midwest and as far south as Arkansas and Oklahoma. There is, however, the second coming of the polar vortex, a phrase from the Chicago office of the National Weather Service on
More torrential rain worsened flooding in the Midwest, spawning high water that swept away an Iowa teenager, caused a traffic nightmare near one of the nation's busiest airports and threatened to swamp a Missouri town for the fifth time in less than
The extreme humidity coupled with the hot temperatures and rain have created a soupy environment that is causing serious distress for those with mold allergies and asthma, says Joseph Leija, MD, who performs the Gottlieb Allergy Count, the official
After decades of subsuming the requirements of the global climate to the demands of American business, the world's biggest economy has this year seen a raft of policy initiatives to push the issue to the forefront of the debate. First there was
It's not a gold rush, but a sand rush that is taking place in the Midwest, where a rare type of sand used in the energy extraction process known as hydraulic fracturing is exclusively found. The smooth, round, very strong white sand known as Northern