1st Fall ‘Boat Run’ Bridge Lift Planned For Saturday On Chicago RiverThe city’s 27 moveable bridges on the river will be raised in sequence twice a week from Lake Shore Drive to Ashland Avenue through Nov. 11.
Preckwinkle, Other Officials Jump In Chicago RiverThe Chicago River isn't quite what it used to be, and elected officials took great effort to prove that Saturday.
Albany Park Tunnel Coming AlongA $70 million project to divert the Chicago River, and protect homes from flooding in the Albany park neighborhood, reached a milestone.
Columbus Drive Bridge To Close For Ducky Derby ThursdayThe bridge will close for an hour starting at noon for the Windy City Rubber Ducky Derby, an annual fundraiser for the Special Olympics.
Aldermen Expected To Approve Plan For More North Branch ResidencesThe rezoning would make it easier for new apartments, condos, and office buildings to be built along the North Branch of the Chicago River.
Man Dies After Jumping Into Chicago River By Trump TowerA 24-year-old man died early Saturday after he jumped into the Chicago River downtown in front of Trump Tower.
Coming To Chicago River: Floating WetlandsEnvironmental stewards are creating an ecosystem for the rebounding waterway. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Chicago Riverwalk Hosts Opening CelebrationChicago kicked off the completion of the Chicago Riverwalk and the official start of the summer season on Saturday!
Chicago Riverwalk Hosts Opening Celebration This Weekend, With Sights To RediscoverThere will be quite a celebration along the banks of the Chicago River this Saturday. The backdrop for the all-day party is Chicago's expanding Riverwalk.
North Branch Plan Would Be Fueled By Developer FeesDevelopers would have to pay a fee to build residential and retail projects in a North Branch corridor zoned to protect manufacturing.
A New Tower Has Been Added To Chicago's RiverfrontMayor Emanuel opened Thursday a new office tower in the West Loop, where the north, south and main branches of the Chicago River meet.
25 Years Ago Today: Great Chicago Flood Paralyzes The LoopAn estimated 250 million gallons of Chicago River water poured through a crack into a network of tunnels under the Loop on April 13, 1992.