The 14-year-old boy was “goofing around” with friends when he attempted to retrieve something that had fallen onto the Blue Line tracks at the Medical District station at 430 S. Damen Avenue about 3:15 p.m., police said.
It’s not unusual for the CTA to have to temporarily halt service on one of its trains because of an object or a person on the train tracks, but a live rooster? That’s what happened early Monday morning in the Logan Square neighborhood.
A 48-year-old Chicago police officer died Saturday morning after he collapsed while working in the River West area outside downtown.
A few of the 1,300 United Airlines employees relocating to Chicago got the chance Wednesday to tell Mayor Rahm Emanuel what they do and don’t like about their new home.
Power was shut off to part of the CTA Blue Line Sunday morning as fire personnel investigate reports of smoke in a subway in the River West neighborhood.
A Chicago parolee has been charged with sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl at knifepoint on a train.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood came to Chicago with $44 million, and much of it will go to repair about 3.5 miles of CTA Blue Line track between Damen and Belmont. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
A south suburban man is being held on $90,000 bond after being charged with multiple robberies on the CTA Blue Line last month.
The CTA is reporting “major delays” on the Blue Line on the Near West Side after a person was struck by a train at the Medical Center stop.
Late night Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this weekend as maintenance work is expected to cause minor delays.
It’s practically a well-kept secret, but Chicago’s downtown has a pedestrian-friendly series of tunnels to keep you warm and dry during inclement weather. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
A deer found its way onto the CTA rail tracks in the middle of the Kennedy Expressway early Wednesday, only to be struck and killed by a train.
Smoke from brakes on a CTA train created a bit of a panic for passengers on the Blue Line on Wednesday, but caused no injuries.
Late night CTA riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction on the Blue and Red lines will cause minor delays.
The Forest Park branch of the Blue Line was shut down along its westernmost stretch Friday morning, for a report of a suspicious package that turned out to be a false alarm.
Late night CTA riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction on the Red and Blue lines is expected to cause minor delays.
Service on the CTA’S Blue Line was disrupted for more than an hour as police investigated a report of a suspicious package in the Northwest Side Logan Square neighborhood Wednesday evening.
A part of the busy Blue Line subway was briefly shut down Wednesday morning, after a person was found on the tracks.
Overnight maintenance work is expected to cause delays this week on the Red and Blue lines. Passengers should allow extra travel time.
A woman was killed after being struck by a Blue Line train Friday afternoon on the Near West Side, temporarily shutting power in both directions.