Authorities recovered two handguns in separate incidents hours apart Wednesday at O’Hare Airport.
Chicago’s airports will start restricting nightly access to ticketed passengers and airport employees to ensure “safety and security” amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal officers have seized 450 fake iPhone cases during an inspection at a facility at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
An employee at O’Hare Airport was carjacked at gunpoint Thursday while showing up to work in a cargo area.
A batch of vials labeled as COVID-19 tests were spread among packages of “test kits” for meningitis, IVF, MRSA and salmonella, according to a statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
More health screeners were on hand at O'Hare International Airport Sunday after massive lines and hours-long waits infuriated Illinois officials and put passengers at risk.
The governor of Illinois announced Sunday that all bars and restaurants to close as of Monday night through March 30. Drive thru, delivery and curbside pickup will be allowed.
An American Airlines flight from O’Hare Airport to Dallas was diverted Tuesday evening to remove an unruly passenger.
Both Delta and American Airlines have cut all flights to China as the deadly new coronavirus spreads. United is suspending flights to three big cities but will continue flying to Hong Kong.
Passengers of the flight said an unruly passenger rushed the cockpit while yelling and was subdued.
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.
Travelers arriving at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport from Wuhan, China started being screened Wednesday for the respiratory coronavirus.
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 cannabis amnesty boxes, as they’re called, were installed at each airport last week, just as legal marijuana sales began in Illinois.
Flights resumed at Chicago airports on Christmas Eve after they were briefly grounded for dense and freezing fog.
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.
No injuries were reported after a plane slid off a runway Monday morning at O’Hare International Airport as a snowstorm moved through the Chicago area.
Snow has forced the cancellation of more than 200 flights at Chicago's international airports on Halloween.