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  • 40 Americans

    It was one of those morning flights. Routine. The ETD went up on the computer screens along with all the others. . . . The airport didn't have a familiar name like LaGuardia or Kennedy, Logan or O'Hare, but was lesser-known Newark. Just a footnote to...
  • Asiana crash: Girl was alive when rescue truck ran over her

    Official confirmed Friday that one of the victims of the Asiana Airlines crash died after being run over by a rescue vehicle. San Mateo County Coroner Robert J. Foucrault said Friday that  a 16-year-old Chinese girl was alive on the tarmac at San...
  • Joan Allen is back at Steppenwolf for 'The Wheel'

     Joan Allen is back at Steppenwolf for 'The Wheel'
    A Steppenwolf Theatre Company ensemble member returning to Chicago to appear in a show at Steppenwolf is not typically big news. Why else have an ensemble? But the case of Joan Allen is different. Previews began Thursday for "The Wheel," a play by the...
  • What's that in the sky? Ask CUFOS

    What's that in the sky? Ask CUFOS
    Oh, where have the aliens gone? Once a staple of summer, as familiar as humidity, the classic flying saucer Roswell types have vanished from pop culture. Instead, we've had different staples: Iron Man, Adam Sandler, Stephen King. We've been brought 31...
  • South Bend Regional Airport planning life without Frontier

    South Bend Regional Airport planning life without Frontier
    SOUTH BEND – A major airline announces it is leaving South Bend. Frontier Airlines started flying here less than a year ago. An airport spokesperson says the airport isn't in trouble just because Frontier is leaving. Despite the need for service...
  • Flight delays, outages linger after storms

    Flight delays, outages linger after storms
    Flight delays and power outages lingered this morning after the Chicago area was pounded by torrential rain, powerful winds and flash floods. About 70 flights have been canceled at O'Hare International Airport and more than 250 flights were...
  • Cold weekend weather: Fall in summer

    Cold weekend weather: Fall in summer
    It's been even less of a beach-going day than forecast in Chicago, likely setting a record low high temperature for July 27, but at least it's not expected to get cold enough to set a record low temperature. The high temperature on Saturday was forecast...
  • No injuries as American flight pops two tires during O'Hare landing

    No injuries as American flight pops two tires during O'Hare landing
    American Airlines Flight 810 from Reno blew two main landing gear tires upon arriving at O'Hare International Airport this afternoon, an AA spokeswoman said. It happened just before 1 p.m. Monday. The aircraft came to a stop on a taxiway, and passengers...
  • CSO's first foray to western suburbs a success despite outdoor sound system

    Now that the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is about to renew an annual summer relationship with North Shore audiences that goes back nearly 80 years, and now that the CSO has established a continuing presence on Chicago's South Side, it sees only natural...
  • Arsenio Hall: Back in the game

    Arsenio Hall: Back in the game
    Meeting Arsenio Hall at a hotel restaurant in Chicago, several things strike you: He is extremely polite and instantly likable, good qualities in someone once again asking America to spend an hour each weeknight with him. His Chicago background, while...
  • New O'Hare area mall can check your bags

     New O'Hare area mall can check your bags
    The guest-services kiosk at Fashion Outlets Chicago, the gargantuan new high-end outlet mall near O'Hare International Airport, rents strollers, wraps gifts, changes currency and can even get your clothes dry-cleaned within 24 hours. But its unlikeliest...
  • Tollway closing Des Plaines oasis

    Tollway closing Des Plaines oasis
    The Des Plaines Oasis overlooking the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, one of the glass-walled icons of the Illinois Tollway system, will be torn down next year to make way for the road's widening, officials announced Thursday. Opened in 1959 and long a...