How did a rare Nazi propaganda book end up in the west suburban library’s drop box? CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports.
From live bands to New Orleans cuisine, the Chicagoland area offers plenty of ways for you and your friends to have one last hurrah for Mardi Gras. Whether you want to dress up in costume or come as you are, there’s a party for just about everyone.
No Lufthansa flights are taking off from O’Hare International Airport, as flight attendants begin a strike in Germany.
According to a report from the BBC, a German track and field official has died after being struck in the throat by a javelin.
German delegates who visit Chicago for the NATO summit this weekend will feel very much at home in the city.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to open new Chicago tourism offices in three new countries this year, and hopes to have 50 million tourists coming every year by 2020.
Are you wishing you could spend the Holidays in a quaint German village? Then look no further than Chicago’s Christkindlmarket!
A United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Frankfurt, Germany, has been diverted to Chicago after a threat was found in a bathroom.
A special flight to Frankfurt, Germany, is finally in the air Saturday, a day after it was supposed to leave Chicago.
The deadliest e. coli outbreak in modern history, centered in Germany, has now killed 23 people and sickened more than 2,200 – including four in the United States.
Some Chicago athletes are headed to a world championship in Dusseldorf, Germany this weekend. But you’ve probably never heard of their sport: wheel gymnastics.
A flight from O’Hare to Frankfurt, Germany, was diverted to Toronto late Monday when the pilot spilled coffee, accidentally setting off a hijacking alert.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is headed to an overseas military base in Germany to visit wounded service members.