Gogo moved from the suburb of Itasca, Illinois, to a building in downtown Chicago that houses offices of other tech companies like Twitter and Uber. The site, which used to be called River Center, was renamed The Gogo Building.
All westbound lanes were temporarily closed after the crash, but have since been reopened, police said.
Activists upset with the increased jet noise from the new runway configuration at O’Hare International Airport have said they believe the city and the FAA conspired to hide the impact of new flight patterns on homes and businesses along airport flight paths.
It’s a taste of Scotland in suburban Chicago, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger as the 28th annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games get underway this month.
A company that provides in-flight Internet service is moving its headquarters to downtown Chicago from the suburbs. Mayor Emanuel couldn’t be more pleased, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Nokia is beefing up its presence here in Chicago, bringing at least 150 new jobs to the city, with more to come down the line.
Three athletes with ties to the Chicago-area qualified for the medal rounds of their respective sports on Saturday at the 2012 Olympics in London.
West suburban Itasca is patting itself on the forklift for a 20 percent decrease in vacant industrial space.
The parent company of Jewel-Osco today announced plans to cut its workforce by 800, including about 20 jobs in the Chicago area.
A police drug sting in the northwestern suburbs has riled up some parents of children who attend a school located near where the sting took place.
A police chase that started in northwest suburban Carpentersville on Tuesday ended more than 20 miles away in Itasca when police shot the suspect.
Two people were injured overnight when a train hit a pickup truck in northwest suburban Itasca.
A young woman was killed early this morning on the Eisenhower Expressway.