Posted: 10:35 PM Residents whose homes were torn apart or blown away by a North Texas deadly tornado will soon be allowed to return to retrieve what belongings may be left and start cleaning up.
Posted: 12:34 PM The School District of Beloit has announced that Aldrich and McNeel Middle Schools will be home to WeatherBugs.
Posted: 8:20 AM BOONE COUNTY - Boone County residents can receive free water testing if they think their wells have been affected by flooding.
Posted: 1:20 PM The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) would like to warn motorists against driving into flood waters and urges extra caution on the roads today. Flood warnings and watches are in place throughout the state, causing flooding on numerous roads, and temporary road closures. As of mid-morning, most flooding problems and weather-related transportation delays were occurring in the northern two-thirds of the state.
Updated: 1:06 PM Below is a list of sand and sandbag locations for residents across the Stateline.
Updated: 12:28 PM The American Red Cross is prepared for the possibility of severe local flooding in the Rockford area. Trained Red Cross workers are in constant communication with local emergency management officials to prepare for a response if flooding occurs.
Updated: 5:19 PM A statement from Stephenson County regarding flooding.
Updated: 1:37 PM The McHenry County Sheriff's Office has issued the following statement concerning roads impacted by heavy rainfall.
Updated: 12:27 PM Below is advice for homeowners, business owners, and renters who may suffer, are suffering, who have suffered flooding as a result of heavy rainfall.
Posted: 11:01 PM The Rock and Pecatonica Rivers remain slightly above flood stage as of Tuesday evening, and are only expected to rise with more rain in the forecast.
Posted: 4:20 PM The Stephenson County Emergency Management Agency working with the National Weather Service (NWS) has made a statement concerning flooding in the area.
Updated: 12:07 AM The Rock County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting two Severe Weather Spotter classes on April 8th, 2013 at the Rock County Health Care Center.
Updated: 6:35 PM Rock County tests the Outdoor Warning System sirens on a monthly basis from April through October every year.
Posted: 4:15 AM The USDA reports that farmers intend to plant 97.3 million acres of corn this year, the most since 1936.
Posted: 2:36 AM A record 18 1/2 inches of snow have buried Springfield causing numerous public school and university closings.