Grazing goats and landscaping llamas are among the newest workers at O’Hare international airport.
Heavy rain plus thousands of Lollapalooza concert-goers stripped away much of the grass and left mud behind over the weekend.
Rainstorms on Saturday forced the temporary evacuation of Lollapalooza, but after the crowds returned, some of the fields of Grant Park were left covered with mud.
Should you even bother to try to keep your grass green during an extended drought? CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Storms packing enough power to leave anyone drenched to the bone passed through Chicago on Thursday, but the area is still severely short on rain.
The announcement comes three weeks after the Bears had to cancel an Aug. 5 practice for fans because the current grass sod had pulled apart at the seams and made the surface dangerous that night.
The normally lush, green grass of Grant Park remains brown and dried out as crews work on fixing the damage from the Lollapalooza music festival, which ended almost two weeks ago.
URBANA, Ill. (CBS) — Illinois’ environment would be better with more grass and less corn – in the opinion of a University of Illinois researcher. As WBBM Newsradio 780’s Dave Dahl reports, plant biologist Evan […]
Ted Phillips is all about his grass. In an exclusive one on one with the Chicago Tribune’s Dan Pompei (a regular guest on The Mully And Hanley Show on WSCR), Bears President Ted Phillips had a lot to say about a wide range of topics.
As Soldier Field is about to host one of the most historic games in recent history, many NFL players are complaining about its turf – including some of the Bears.