Memorial Day Weekend
CHICAGO (CBS) –Nine people were killed and at least 36 others — including a 4-year-old girl — have been wounded in shootings across Chicago this Memorial Day weekend, police said. The 4-year-old, identified by her family […]
Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner, which means the start of the busy summer travel season. Whether you’ve booked a flight, or are hitting the road, you’re sure to see some congestion.
More people will be traveling this Memorial Day weekend compared to last year, and throughout the summer as well.
Ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, the U.S. Coast Guard and others were warning boaters along Lake Michigan and elsewhere about a hidden danger in the water.
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists will pay out $100 to people who report drunk drivers throughout the state of Illinois over this holiday weekend.
In the Chicago area, the AAA says gasoline prices average $4.20 a gallon.
The busy summer travel season got underway on Thursday, as many travelers got an early start to the Memorial Day weekend.
Some 2,600 law enforcement agencies in the Midwest are joining police departments throughout the national in an effort that also features extensive nighttime safety belt enforcement.
If you were among more than 600 American Eagle passengers trapped for hours on the tarmac at O’Hare International Airport last Memorial Day weekend, you’re due compensation.
More thunderstorms could produce very heavy rainfall and even quarter-sized hail early Sunday morning, leading into another rainy, cloudy day.
The City of Chicago is warning residents of warmer temperatures expected to move into the area for Memorial Day weekend — including 90 degree temperatures Monday.