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FLYING HELL

It was all going so well. So well. We were on the plane, about to taxi to the damn runway. I was sitting in my comfortable seat. 1,844 more words

Blue Line, Eisenhower Reopen After Heavy Storms, Flooding

CHICAGO (STMW) — The CTA Blue Line and half of the Eisenhower Expressway are both reopen after they were closed due to heavy storms Monday evening. 725 more words

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What is a "phishing" e-mail and how will I know if it's fraudulent?

“Phishing” is one of the fastest-growing forms of e-mail fraud. Phishers use false “From” addresses, realistic-looking logos and corporate graphics, and Web links. Even the savviest consumers can be convinced they are dealing with a legitimate request for personal or sensitive information. 146 more words

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Persistent Delays Raise Questions About O'Hare Promises

CHICAGO (AP) — Jetliners roared down O’Hare’s newest runway as Chicago officials cheerfully touted the latest piece of a decade-long overhaul as a tipping point that could cut delays in half and dramatically improve the reputation for bottlenecks at one of the nation’s busiest airports. 895 more words

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Emanuel Blocks Uber From Making Airport Pickups

CHICAGO (STMW) — For the second time in a year, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is stepping in to block a ride-hailing giant whose investors include the mayor’s own brother from invading cabdrivers’ turf at O’Hare and Midway airports. 811 more words

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Report of rampant airport security failures not a first

WASHINGTON – Think you’re safe on a plane? Federal undercover investigators who sneaked prohibited items with alarming ease past Homeland Security Department airport screeners have also smuggled simulated bombs and weapons aboard planes during tests as far back as September 2002, U.S. 575 more words

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Brian Howard Pleads Guilty To Setting Fire At FAA Radar Center In Aurora

CHICAGO (CBS) — A 37-year-old contractor from Naperville has pleaded guilty to setting a fire at an Aurora radar facility last fall, crippling Chicago’s two airports, and disrupting air traffic all across the U.S. 226 more words

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