TSA agents at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport confiscated a replica grenade on Sunday.
The outbound Kennedy Expressway was reopened Tuesday morning at Foster Avenue after a Chicago police officer drove her squad car off a ramp, closing the expressway for several hours.
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.
The caretakers of 15 French bulldogs say they have refused the Centers for Disease Control’s request to return the dogs to the airline that allegedly neglected them in an O’Hare warehouse, leaving one dog dead.
“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.
A pack of French Bulldogs that survived a close encounter with death while stranded at O’Hare Airport will likely be deported in the coming days, an animal welfare group says.
Authorities say they confiscated a shipment of a half-million counterfeit N-95 masks at O’Hare International Airport last week.
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.
CTA Blue Line service resumed service Monday between O’Hare and Jefferson Park after debris on tracks shut down service for over an hour.
Federal officers have seized 450 fake iPhone cases during an inspection at a facility at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Police are looking for a person suspected of stabbing someone Friday on the Northwest Side.
An employee at O’Hare Airport was carjacked at gunpoint Thursday while showing up to work in a cargo area.
There were no signs of trauma to his body, but the death remains under investigation by Area North detectives, police said.
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.
A car collided with a delivery truck shortly before 5 a.m. on an access road at the airport, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports live from O'Hare Airport.