Police said the girls were in a few feet of water for five to seven minutes, about 20 feet from the shore near the Edgewater Walk complex.
A dog was rescued last week along Chicago’s icy lakefront, but sometimes people aren’t so lucky. CBS 2′s Mai Martinez reports.
But just how safe is that ice? CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Chicago Animal Care and Control personnel were still seeking the owner of a dog that eluded capture on the ice of Jackson Habor for nearly three hours before it was rescued Tuesday.
Grab the ice scraper, because you may need it before you head out this Sunday morning.
Two people were rescued from the shallow depths of a north suburban lake Saturday after falling through ice softened by unseasonably warm temperatures.
The bizarrely warm temperatures this week worry one climate expert.
On a recent day, they say, Chicago police and Immigration showed up and hauled seven workers away.
One of the things you’re likely to have to deal with on Thursday is slippery conditions.
Good gravy. It is still so stupid hot. Even if it’s not triple digits, this is still gross. My shirt is holding onto every inch of my back. Walking is hard. Biking makes me feel and smell like a surly viking. THIS MUST STOP. Let’s go cool off and remember that we live in an age where for the low, low cost of our children’s future with an ozone layer, we can be cold right now – YEAH! Besides, they’ll probably invent totally green-recyclable-organic A/C units that make the rainforest glow with Gaia’s energy. We deserve to be cold, and the kids will fix it! DOUBLE YEAH!
Ice on the roadway made for a treacherous commute Monday morning on the Borman Expressway in Northwest Indiana.
A 43-year-old man was hospitalized Monday afternoon after he tried to ride his bicycle across a frozen pond in northwest suburban Streamwood and fell through the ice.
After hearing the children’s cries for help, people living across from the pond took action. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
While Chicago will be treated to some relatively mild weather on Monday, temperatures will start dropping overnight–with freezing rain and snow developing for the Tuesday morning rush hour.
Treacherous, ice-covered roads early Thursday were blamed for numerous serious accidents across the Chicago area.
Two young friends jumped into action when a child chasing a football fell through the ice on a frozen pond. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Icy, slippery conditions shut down caused numerous problems on the roads, and also the CTA Green Line on the South Side this morning.
Dangerous ice is being blamed for numerous accidents and spinouts on Chicago area roadways.
In much of Northwest Indiana, frozen snow is packed into the ground, and roads remain dangerously icy as the temperatures plunge.
It’s another tough day for pedestrians trying to navigate their way along slick, icy Chicago sidewalks.