If you have a yard or a garden, you might want to ask some questions next time you’re buying flowers or seedlings at a nursery or anywhere plants are sold.
Bees are invading the area around a west suburban police station and officers say, that’s just the way they want it, reports WBBM’s Cisco Cotto.
The McKinley Park Community Garden lost a little of its color this month. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
If you or someone you love has been stung, at least you’re not alone, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
O’Hare Airport was buzzing Sunday and not just with returning Fourth of July travelers, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
Backyard beekeepers may continue their hobby for now in the village of Skokie.
Firefighters and the patient received some stings, but they made it to the safety of an ambulance.
Residents of a Mundelein are at odds over the birds and the bees – in the literal sense, that is.
Authorities have ruled that a Roselle man who was attacked by bees in September died of an allergic reaction from the stings.
An autopsy scheduled for Wednesday could determine whether bee stings contributed to the death of a Roselle man who died on Monday, apparently while trying to get rid of a beehive outside his home.
Bees are one of the most important creatures in nature; without them, flowers wouldn’t get pollinated and many plants would die out.
As concern grows about the disappearance of honeybees around the world, new reports say the conditions this past winter made the crisis even worse.
The Oak Park Village Board takes up the issue of beekeeping at its meeting Monday night.
Patrons at the Gene Siskel Film Center Sunday learned about the mysterious disappearance of bees in the U.S. and around the world, at the screening of a new documentary.
WEST CHICAGO, Ill. (STMW) – DuPage County just got a little sweeter. Fulfilling the dream of longtime volunteer Dr. Lawrence DuBose, the Forest Preserve District on Saturday opened its new Honey House at Kline Creek […]