Lines Continue at Chicago's New Nutella CafeCrowds have been nonstop since the world's first stand-alone Nutella Cafe opened on Wednesday morning in downtown Chicago.
Chicago Throwing World Series Party On Hold For 71 YearsMore than six hours before the first pitch of Game 3, thousands of fans — many of them wearing jerseys with names like Banks, Sandberg and Rizzo on their backs — were already in the streets ringing Wrigley Field on Friday as the Cubs prepared to play the Cleveland Indians.
In Chicago, Staying In Your Lane Can Be Challenging, Maybe ImpossibleMany streets around Chicago seem to be lineless. Either there are none painted at all or they are so faded they might as well not be there. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
TSA Looking Into Cause Of Mile-Long Security LineThe Transportation Security Administration acknowledged they were caught flat-footed Sunday when travelers at Midway Airport were confronted with a security line that was over a mile long.
Forget Door-Busters; This Crowd Wanted Special Brew On Black FridayThe highly sought prize at Binny’s Beverage Depot was beer—specifically, Bourbon County, a Goose Island special brew.
Quiet Cars Coming To All Metra LinesStarting today, all the lines in the Metra commuter rail system will introduce “quiet cars” on their trains.
Smooth Sailing At O'Hare On Thanksgiving EveThe weather is proving to be a bigger problem for travelers than a planned “opt-out” protest at airports across the country. So far Wednesday, it's much ado about nothing.
Chick-Fil-A Fans Camp Out In Orland ParkPeople were camped out at a Chick-fil-A Restaurant parking lot in southwest suburban Orland Park, in anticipation of the grand opening Wednesday morning.