Disciplinary action is reportedly in store for some Illinois Department of Transportation workers accused of dumping roadkill instead of disposing of it properly.
It’s not the first time Louis Capuzi, 54, has been accused of breaking into homes. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
Residents may be enjoying the mild weather so far this winter, but it’s not so nice for some businesses. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
An animal rights group wants Illinois to install highway signs in memory of cattle that died when trucks hauling them flipped in two separate wrecks.
City officials are warning travelers to factor in extra time to get to the airport. The ramps are expected to be closed for the next year.
The National Work Zone Memorial has made its way to the Illinois State Fair for the fourth time, and organizers continue hoping it drives home the message of safe driving.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has suspended one of its top officials after he was ticketed for not wearing a seatbelt.
Motorists on the Eisenhower Expressway and elsewhere are not imagining it – Illinois Department of Transportation officials agree that rebuilding the Congress Parkway Bridge is taking a lot longer than originally expected.
Gov. Pat Quinn on Friday announced the appointment of Ann L. Schneider as acting Secretary of the Illinois Department of Transportation.
The holiday driving should be easier, with many road workers taking a long weekend too.
The Illinois Department of Transportation didn’t keep adequate track of employee pay during the 2010 fiscal year, and it’s keeping quiet about what’s being done to fix the problem.
Illinois plans to repair more than 3,200 miles of road and replace or fix 611 bridges over the next six years as part of the latest update to the state road program
Illinois is working with three other states to secure nearly $1 billion in the latest redistribution of Obama administration high-speed rail money.
Former U.S. Rep. Debbie Halvorson hopes that when Gov. Pat Quinn picks someone new to replace the outgoing Illinois Department of Transportation secretary in the next couple of months, he will pick her.
St. Patrick’s revelers beware — the Illinois State Police, as well as many municipal police agencies, are cracking down on impaired drivers this weekend and the consequences for getting caught driving drunk are significant, for drivers and party hosts alike.
A driver on the Bishop Ford Freeway pulled over and flagged down an Illinois Department of Transportation worker overnight.
Pace express buses will begin riding the shoulders of the Stevenson Expressway this fall, in an attempt to speed up schedules.
Emergency crews are out in force this morning, to make sure you don’t get stranded in the dangerous cold as you head out to work.
Move over, potholes. A motorist describes his dangerous encounter with one of the highway projectiles.
State and local police will be out in full force this weekend to ensure that the roads are safe.