Chicago is home to millions of people and we know it could be a target for terrorists. If a catastrophic event occurred would we be able to evacuate the area and care for the injured? CBS 2’s Kris Gutierrez went out to find the answers.
Since 2010, there have been more than 250 major disasters declared in the U.S.- floods, tornadoes, fires-and all of us need to be prepared.
Gov. Pat Quinn is asking for Illinois to be designated a drought disaster area.
Now that they’ve been cleared of causing the deaths of 21 people at a South Side nightclub, owners of E2 continue to argue they were scapegoats targeted to cover-up a botched emergency response.
It’s the number one tool of a terrorist: Fear. And in an age of potential chemical and biological attacks, you might be wondering how prepared Chicago is for such a threat.
CHICAGO (AP) – Governor Pat Quinn has declared Cook and DuPage counties, along with 10 other counties, to be state disaster areas following Friday’s heavy rain and flooding. The estimate of damage in one west […]