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Shuttle Bus Crashes On I-190 Entrance At O'Hare

Updated 08/29/14 – 11:47 a.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) – Officials have reopened all lanes of the Interstate 190 entrance to O’Hare International Airport, after it was closed when a privately owned shuttle bus crashed into a concrete median. 579 more words


Two Men Sue Taxi Company, Claim Cabbie Kicked Them Out For Kissing

CHICAGO (STMW) – Two men who say they were kicked out of a cab while on their way to Lakeview from O’Hare are suing the taxi company, alleging that the brief kiss they shared prompted the driver to throw them out in a suburban grocery store parking lot. 325 more words


Knee Defender Creator: Airlines, Woman Who Threw Water Are Responsible For Plane Spat

DENVER (CBS4) - The inventor of a plastic gadget that prevents airline seats from reclining fired back at critics Tuesday.

His device, called the Knee Defender, stoked tempers between two passengers Sunday and forced a plane bound for Denver International Airport to divert to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. 320 more words


Flight To O'Hare Makes Emergency Landing In Peoria

CHICAGO (CBS) – A flight headed from St. Louis to Chicago made an emergency landing in Peoria on Friday.

According to a spokesperson for General Wayne A. 116 more words


Suburbs Near O'Hare Want New Jet Noise Studies

CHICAGO (CBS) – Suburbs west of O’Hare International Airport have placed a question on the November ballot, asking voters whether something needs to be done about the rise in jet noise. 268 more words


Where Does All the Oil Go?

With crude oil shipments on U.S. Class 1 railroads, the major freight lines have increased 85-fold since 2006, from 4,700 carloads to 400,000 in 2013, according to… 1,216 more words


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As O'Hare Expanded, Time Lapse Shows Demise Of Bensenville Neighborhood

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — The legal battles were long and hard-fought, but, in the end, plans to expand O’Hare International Airport won out over protests from residents of Bensenville, who fought to save their homes from being taken over. 106 more words