A man was arrested in the River North neighborhood this week, after threatening to blow up a CTA bus during the evening rush hour.
Bomb-sniffing dogs searched a Grundy County middle school complex after a threat was found written on a bathroom wall, the Herald-News is reporting.
Students at a northwest suburban high school were sent home Wednesday, after a series of bomb threats were called in to the school.
A Northwest Side man arrested on a terrorism charge just before the May NATO Summit in May pleaded guilty Tuesday and was sentenced to four years in prison and deportation.
Three residence halls at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale were evacuated overnight, following a bomb threat.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a possible bomb threat at a suburban movie theater.
A 73-year-old man who claimed to have a “10 megaton bomb” on a Metra train was ordered held on a $50,000 bond on Saturday.
A cruise from Navy Pier was called off Wednesday night, after threatening notes were found saying a bomb was going to blow up onboard.
A flight from Boston to Chicago was diverted to Buffalo, N.Y., Monday morning, after authorities received a bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax tied to a domestic dispute.
A high school in the Englewood neighborhood was briefly evacuated Thursday morning after receiving a bomb threat, but a search turned up no danger.
Truman College, located on the city’s North Side, was evacuated for nearly two hours Monday afternoon after receiving a bomb threat.
Police at Northern Illinois University have issued an “all clear” after responding to a bomb threat at a campus building.
A man on a Metra train Monday night was only trying to ease his fears about a bad dream he had, but the note he passed to the train conductor was mistaken for a bomb threat.
Police said a bomb threat near Ogilvie Transportation Center on Monday was unfounded.
The Blue line subway stop at Jackson Boulevard, and the pedestrian tunnel that connects to the Red Line, have reopened Wednesday afternoon, more than two hours after they were closed due to a suspicious package.
A 19-year-old southwest suburban Lemont woman who told a Willis Tower security officer her companion “had a bomb’’ was arrested Thursday in the Loop, police said.
Operations at Mount Sinai Hospital are “back to normal’’ after someone threatened to blow up a building housing physicians’ offices Friday morning on the campus of the West Side hospital.
Nineteen-year-old Ryan Ricco, who allegedly threatened to blow up two schools last year on Facebook, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and will spend a year on court supervision.
Two men have been charged with robbery in connection with a bomb threat at suburban Chicago bank.
Police Bomb & Arson investigators are trying to find the person who made a telephone call threatening to blow up a bomb at O’Hare Airport Saturday morning.