Middle seats will once again be filled on flights beginning a week after Thanksgiving, and just ahead of the rest of the travel season, Southwest Airlines confirmed.
TSA said it screened 1,031,505 people at security checkpoints nationwide on Oct. 18, 2020. The agency hasn’t seen that volume since March 17.
There were some intense moments aboard a United flight on Monday.
Southwest Airlines said Monday it will expand in Houston and Chicago by starting flights to those cities’ largest airports, stepping up its head-to-head competition against bigger airlines.
A local animal rescue group has reached a deal with federal authorities that will allow 15 French bulldogs rescued from a warehouse at O’Hare International Airport to remain in the country after the the Centers for Disease Control initially had demanded their deportation.
American Airlines said that they are investigating the incident and that they follow CDC guidelines.
“To touch their skin they would yip because you could see where the urine burnt their skin. Their paws were raw and bloody,” said Mary Scheffke of the Chicago French Bulldog Rescue.
CTA Green and Red Line trains were bypassing 35th Street stops on Wednesday due to nearby protest activity.
This rule, if not halted by a court challenge by the oil and gas industry and the Trump administration, would make California the first U.S. state with a plan to phase them out completely.
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White has extended the deadline to renew expired driver’s licenses and state ID cards until early next year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Authorities say they confiscated a shipment of a half-million counterfeit N-95 masks at O’Hare International Airport last week.
Southwest Airlines says it is looking into the incident that happened Saturday when a Chicago mom was kicked off a plane headed to Midway Airport because her 2-year-old son was having trouble wearing a mask.
American Airlines says employees can wear pins supporting Black Lives Matter. The airline is calling it a matter of equality, not politics.
Alex Perez from Active Transportation Alliance talks about their findings regarding the proliferation of COVID-19 on public transit and the communities of color that are most effected.
An international shipment of German Shepherds was allegedly neglected by a cargo handler at O’Hare Airport, causing one of them to die, after a paperwork issue left them stranded in a warehouse for three days.
The airline began 2020 with about 140,000 employees but expects fewer than 100,000 to remain in October.
The Adams Street bridge will close for two years of construction starting on Monday.
The policy applies to tickets that are purchased by Sept. 30, 2020.
Counterfeit documents are giving criminals a license to commit a host of offenses, including terrorism, U.S. officials say -- and young adults who are lax with their personal information may be their biggest enablers.
Authorities recovered two handguns in separate incidents hours apart Wednesday at O’Hare Airport.