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      • Unsettled pattern shaping up with spring-time showers and t-storms

        Unsettled pattern shaping up with spring-time showers and t-storms

        Tuesday, April 23 2019 11:48 AM EDT2019-04-23 15:48:03 GMT

        WSIL -- A cold front will stall over southern Illinois this afternoon resulting in a few scattered showers and t-storms. Best chances for storms will come close to the Route 13 corridor. 

        WSIL -- A cold front will stall over southern Illinois this afternoon resulting in a few scattered showers and t-storms. Best chances for storms will come close to the Route 13 corridor. 

      • Carbondale Park District to hold event ten years after the derecho

        Carbondale Park District to hold event ten years after the derecho

        Monday, April 22 2019 10:06 PM EDT2019-04-23 02:06:27 GMT

        CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- On Wednesday, May 8, the Carbondale Park District, Touch of Nature, Keep Carbondale Beautiful, and Green Earth are holding an event to commemorate the May 8, 2009 derecho which devastated parts of southern Illinois ten years ago.

        CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- On Wednesday, May 8, the Carbondale Park District, Touch of Nature, Keep Carbondale Beautiful, and Green Earth are holding an event to commemorate the May 8, 2009 derecho which devastated parts of southern Illinois ten years ago.

      • Locals recycle on Earth Day 2019

        Monday, April 22 2019 9:28 PM EDT2019-04-23 01:28:33 GMT

        CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Each year, Americans make more than 200 million tons of garbage or enough to fill Busch Stadium from top to bottom twice a day. That's according to statistics from the Environmental Protection Agency.  

        CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Each year, Americans make more than 200 million tons of garbage or enough to fill Busch Stadium from top to bottom twice a day. That's according to statistics from the Environmental Protection Agency.  

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