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  • 1 remote parking lot to remain closed

    Already faced with longer lines at airline check-in counters and security checkpoints, travelers to O'Hare International Airport have also been dealing with confusing and more expensive parking arrangements. City aviation officials said the 3,118-space...
  • Ex-cop indicted in $3,300 theft

    A former Chicago police commander who was already charged in the federal Hired Truck probe was indicted Thursday on new charges alleging he stole $3,300 in donations earmarked for a luncheon honoring heroic officers. Michael Acosta was arrested in...
  • A strategy for getting around

    It's all about geogaphy. Business travelers should be armed with maps and other pertinent getting-around information when they arrive in a city. They need those tools in order to navigate their destination efficiently and safely, whether it be by...
  • Part 3: Politics snarl O'Hare

    The parochial and petty politics that have turned O'Hare International Airport into a treasure-trove for concessionaires and contractors also are at the heart of why the transportation hub is a quagmire of delays, hassles and heartaches. The political...
  • Stage coach to Branson

    EDITOR'S NOTE The rates in this article have changed since it was printed. Almost all of the activities below are still available but with updated prices and additional options for travelers. Please use the links at the end of the article to help plan...
  • She begged for help; guards said, 'Shut up'

    Hour after hour, Christina Eilman threw herself at the bars of her cell at a South Side police lockup, shrieking threats one moment and begging for help the next, pleading that she was ill. Even the women in adjoining cells, many who were used to the...