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  • Chicago Heights woman is 4th cold-related death in Cook County

    Chicago Heights woman is 4th cold-related death in Cook County
    A 61-year-old Chicago Heights woman became the fourth person this season to die from cold-related causes in Cook County, authorities said. Police were called to the 1200 block of D’Amico Drive in the south suburb just before 8 a.m. on Tuedsday...
  • Snow moves out, cold returns

    Snow moves out, cold returns
    The snow that blanketed Chicago-area roads and sidewalks overnight ended up dropping about 4-6 inches of new snow across the area before it moved east Saturday afternoon. There's no more snow in the immediate forecast, but the unseasonably cold...
  • Man who allegedly tried to open Southwest door in flight due in court

    Man who allegedly tried to open Southwest door in flight due in court
    A 23-year-old man accused of trying to open a jetliner door during a California-bound Southwest Airlines flight is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday. Joshua Carl Lee Suggs was arrested Sunday after Flight 722 left Chicago’s Midway Airport and...
  • Temperatures climb into upper 40s as thaw begins

    Temperatures climb into upper 40s as thaw begins
    The winter storm that rumbled across the Chicago area Monday dumped more than 8 inches of snow in places, but much of that could be gone by the end of the week as southerly winds bring a brief thaw. Today's temperatures broke above freezing for the first...
  • Flood warnings for parts of Des Plaines, DuPage rivers

    Flood warnings for parts of Des Plaines, DuPage rivers
    Strong winds and icy roads made for a difficult commute this morning as a powerful storm lingered for a second day and triggered flood warnings along the Des Plaines and DuPage rivers. Up to an inch and a half of rain has fallen across the Chicago...
  • Former alderman picked as new Metra chairman

    Former alderman picked as new Metra chairman
    Martin Oberman, a former Chicago alderman, was picked today to chair Metra's board of directors, bringing a city voice to a post often held by suburbanites. Oberman said he hopes to guide Metra past the difficulties that erupted after the forced...
  • Weather in South causing flight problems here

    Weather in South causing flight problems here
    Winter weather in the South is causing headaches for travelers at Chicago’s airports today. By about 10:30 a.m., more than 100 flights at O'Hare International Airport and 35 fights at Midway Airport had been cancelled, according to the Chicago...
  • Arthur R. Thompson Sr., Chicago police officer, 1924-2014

     Arthur R. Thompson Sr., Chicago police officer, 1924-2014
    Arthur R. Thompson Sr. began a 32-year career with the Chicago Police Department as a patrol officer on the South Side, where one of his assignments was the security detail at the funeral of Emmett Till. The death of Till, the 14-year-old black...
  • Woman accused of bringing pot to Midway Airport

    Woman accused of bringing pot to Midway Airport
    A California woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon at Midway Airport after she allegedly told police officers she was carrying several pounds of pot. Roseanne Marisco, 24, of Petaluma, Calif., was charged with one count of felony cannabis possession....
  • Automated passport kiosks arrive at Midway

    Automated passport kiosks arrive at Midway
    International travelers landing at Midway Airport can now clear the customs process more quickly by using self-service electronic kiosks that were unveiled Wednesday. The new automated passport control system at Midway is identical to the free service...
  • Immigration protester back at Chicago church that sheltered her

    Immigration protester back at Chicago church that sheltered her
    Elvira Arellano, a Mexican woman whose yearlong stay inside a Chicago church made her a lightning rod in the nation's immigration debate, on Sunday returned to the sanctuary, saying she plans to live there until a hearing later this year when she will ask...