Car Catches Fire At John Hancock Center Parking GarageOver 150 firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire on the 7th floor of the parking garage at 149 E. East Delaware St.
Thousands 'Hustle Up The Hancock' To Raise Money For Lung Disease Research Each year more than 4,000 people climb to the top of John Hancock Center to raise funds for lung disease research, advocacy and education. More than 55 percent of our participants indicated they or someone they know has been touched by a form of lung disease.
Guide To Spending New Year's Eve 2015 In ChicagoFrom must-see shows to special parties, here's a guide to some of the best ways to ring in 2016 in Chicago.
Some Hancock Residents Say They Didn't Hear Any Alarms During FireCBS 2's Vince Gerasole learned more about how crews tackled the blaze and discovered a key piece of the building's safety equipment may not have been functioning.
Burning Candle Sparked John Hancock Center FireThe blaze left five people injured, including a Chicago Police officer, fire officials said.
No Injuries In Condo Fire At Hancock CenterFirefighters responded to the 87th floor at 9:51 p.m., Fire Media Affairs spokesman Juan Hernandez said. The fire was extinguished about an hour later, Hernandez said.
Window Broken, Cell Phones Stolen At Mag Mile Best BuyAround 4:30 a.m., police responded to a burglar alarm at the Best Buy in the Hancock Center, at 800 N. Michigan Av. Officers discovered a broken window, and searched the building, discovering an unknown number of cell phones had been stolen.
Hancock Center 'Tilt' Just Might Up The Ante On Willis Tower's 'Ledge'The “Ledge” at Willis Tower has a new rival for skyscraper thrills in Chicago. The Hancock Center has its own gravity-defying feature, “Tilt,” which lets visitors lean out over the edge of its observation deck at a 30-degree angle.
Lean Out: 360 Chicago Unveils 'Tilt' At John Hancock CenterOnce upon a time, not that long ago, people were amazed to stand in front of a window more the 1,000 feet above the earth and gaze across the sky--up to 60 miles or more on a clear day.
Rewind Chicago: In 1968, The John Hancock Center Takes Form Over ChicagoWalking east on Chicago Avenue in 1968, one could see the full skeleton of what would become one of Chicago's iconic structures.
Best Places To See New Year's Eve Fireworks In ChicagoWhen you need visuals to celebrate 2014's appearance, think fireworks.
Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation On Display At Hancock CenterWashington's John Hancock, at it were, was affixed on October 3, 1789, proclaiming the first Thanksgiving, after the creation of the U.S. Constitution.