In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
After a season of nearly no snow, the state’s plow drivers are in full gear this Saturday morning. Overnight on the Kennedy Expressway, drivers slowed down to better navigate the snowy, slushy mess.
Signs marking the location of a fatal accident may soon go up around Cook County.
Two families are suing separate trampoline centers in the suburbs over injuries to their children.
A northwest Indiana sheriff’s officer, who has been involved in five work-related crashes in three years, is out of a job.
Despite this history, the Alltown bus company has an $11.7 million contract with Chicago Public Schools to provide 248 buses. 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois fire departments are being asked to sign a pledge to help prevent the second leading cause of firefighter fatalities. As WBBM Newsradio’s Mike Krauser reports, traffic crashes are the number two […]
Motorists and pedestrians on Wacker Drive Tuesday will be subjected to a ghastly sight that has nothing to do with Halloween.
They are terrorizing your streets, in the car next to you -– or even driving your cab. Now, the city of Chicago is vowing to crack down on dangerous taxi drivers, 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
Four people were injured in one of two crashes on the Dan Ryan Expressway and all outbound lanes have been shut down between 87th and 95th streets as crews respond.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a bill that will require all back seat passengers to wear seat belts–with the exception of those riding in cabs.
Drivers in Chicago could soon have a few more seconds to slow down and avoid tickets from red light cameras.
Illinois State Police are investigating after a nine-car pileup on the Dan Ryan, sent six people to the hospital – just one of many accidents in the city over the weekend.
A Chicago school bus driver has been charged with driving his bus while drunk and causing a series of accidents.
A disturbing report out today says after a three-year period of consecutive lows, the number of collisions between cars and trains is up again.
Many American drivers are asleep at the wheel — literally. That’s according to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study which found drowsy drivers played a role in nearly 17 percent of fatal crashes.