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  • Illinois U.S. House members challenge O'Hare runway expansion's approval

    Illinois U.S. House members challenge O'Hare runway expansion's approval
    Three U.S. House members from Illinois on Thursday challenged the 2005 federal approval of Chicago’s O’Hare runway expansion project, writing a letter to the FAA that cited a spike in complaints from constituents about increased jet noise....
  • Passing rain storms result in hundreds of flight cancellations, delays

    Passing rain storms result in hundreds of flight cancellations, delays
    The rain storms that passed through Chicago today have resulted in hundreds of flight cancellations and delays of up to three hours, officials said this evening. As of 8:45 p.m., Chicago Department of Aviation officials said that the storms are...
  • Mayor cashes in with restaurateur linked to O'Hare

     Mayor cashes in with restaurateur linked to O'Hare
    In April, Mayor Rahm Emanuel stood in the newly remodeled Terminal 5 at O'Hare International Airport, unveiling the sparkling gateway as the newest evidence of Chicago's global status. The project developer predicted international fliers would...
  • Veteran thief sentenced to five years in prison for stealing rare Indian guitar from O'Hare carousel

    Veteran thief sentenced to five years in prison for stealing rare Indian guitar from O'Hare carousel
    A thief with a lengthy history of stealing from airport baggage carousels who made headlines earlier this year after stealing a rare Indian guitar from O’Hare International Airport pleaded guilty to theft charges Wednesday and was sentenced to...
  • Northern Trust banker to lead Seaway

    Chicago-based Seaway Bank & Trust Co., the state of Illinois’ biggest black-owned bank and the third-largest nationwide, has hired a Northern Trust Corp. executive to be its new chief executive and president. Darrell Jackson will join Seaway on...
  • Thunderstorms roll through, more may hit later

    Thunderstorms roll through, more may hit later
    Thunderstorms hit the Chicago area this morning, another in a round of storms that's expected to continue this afternoon and maybe through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. A weakening line of storms with frequent lightning, sudden...
  • CDC: MERS patients in U.S. did not spread infection to close contacts

    CDC: MERS patients in U.S. did not spread infection to close contacts
    Neither of the two U.S. cases of MERS has spread the often fatal infection to family members or to U.S. healthcare workers who treated them in Indiana and Florida, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday. The first U.S. patient...
  • Local Voices: May 8 edition

    Local Voices: May 8 edition
    Letters to the editor for the May 8 TribLocal print edition from Palatine, Niles, Park Ridge and Kenilworth. Flee Illinois There's a new commercial on TV promoting Illinois tourism that shows an animated Abraham Lincoln doll enthusiastically jumping...
  • Lindbergh helped make Maywood a key site in aviation's early days

    Lindbergh helped make Maywood a key site in aviation's early days
    A year before his famous solo flight across the Atlantic in May 1927, Charles Lindbergh made regular trips to west suburban Maywood Field, including one that almost cost him his life. Flying a mail plane and running out of fuel, Lindbergh was forced...
  • Local Voices South: May 29 edition

    Local Voices South: May 29 edition
    Letters to the editor from Oak Lawn, Tinley Park, Mokena, Hickory Hills and Bolingbrook. Changing weather We Chicagoans are extremely fortunate. While we may not be able to engage in a calm, civil or respectful conversation regarding religion,...
  • Des Plaines residents briefed on I-90 project at town meeting

    Des Plaines residents briefed on I-90 project at town meeting
    With the first 37 miles of the Interstate-90 rebuilding and widening project completed in the west, workers have moved on to the eastern stretch encompassing Des Plaines, Illinois Tollway representatives announced at a recent town hall meeting. That...
  • O'Hare noise a pain to changing cast of neighborhoods

     O'Hare noise a pain to changing cast of neighborhoods
    Most of us like to think of ourselves as good people — kind-hearted souls who mourn other people's misfortune, sympathetic types who would hate to see our neighbors suffer. But any notions I may have had about my own generosity of spirit have been...