The stolen cannabis was deposited about 8:20 a.m. by a departing traveler who was warned by security that weed was illegal in his destination state.
Officials said a 60-year-old woman from Chicago who came in through O'Hare International Airport on Jan. 13 was diagnosed with the coronavirus.
June Kreplin is 96 years old and one of the longest serving volunteers at Chicago’s O'Hare Airport.
The passenger rail agency had told Chicago-based Access Living its policy was to charge extra to reconfigure train cars to accommodate wheelchair users.
Travelers arriving at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport from Wuhan, China started being screened Wednesday for the respiratory coronavirus.
Metra Milwaukee District North trains are running nearly an hour behind schedule during the evening rush Tuesday after a train struck a semi truck in Edgebrook on the North Side.
Health screenings for the virus were underway at three airports - New York's Kennedy airport and in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Airports in Chicago and Atlanta were expected to get similar screenings later this week.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has apologized to a Native American woman who was recently “humiliated” by an agent’s offensive treatment while passing through a security screening at Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (MSP).
Several people have died as severe storms have swept across parts of the U.S. South, bringing high winds and unrelenting rain.
Two U.S. officials suggested it could well have been a mistake.
The cannabis amnesty boxes, as they’re called, were installed at each airport last week, just as legal marijuana sales began in Illinois.
A new rideshare tax goes into effect in Chicago on Monday, and riders traveling solo via Uber and Lyft will pay the highest price.
One person is dead after a small plane crashed along the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita Saturday morning.
Emergency crews found a woman on elevated tracks who had been hit by a train, Evanston police Cmdr. Ryan Glew said.
Flights resumed at Chicago airports on Christmas Eve after they were briefly grounded for dense and freezing fog.
Brown Line trains are stopping at the Paulina Station in Lake View again after an investigation into a gas leak disrupted service Monday on the North Side.
Even though marijuana will still be illegal under federal law — and it’s illegal to carry across state lines — authorities have no intention of arresting people caught with the drug at Chicago airports, officials said Friday.
Airlines estimate 5 million people will pass through both airports, more than a 2% increase from last year, the Chicago Department of Transportation said.
Yellow, Red and Purple Line trains were halted Tuesday on the North Side during evening rush hour because of track switching problems.
Authorities have not released details about his cause of death.