A man died after he was pulled from Lake Michigan Friday after his SUV went into the water near Monroe Harbor downtown.
Shortly before 8 p.m., the three men — two 63-year-olds and a 50-year-old — were aboard a 19-foot sailboat bound for the harbor when a 46 mph gust capsized the boat and the men fell in the lake
If you’re planning to head to Navy Pier to watch the July 4th fireworks show Friday night, you better be there already.
A man who was walking on the ice in Lake Michigan was pulled to safety by Chicago police on Tuesday morning.
If you start noticing more boats patrolling Lake Michigan and the river – it’s because of the NATO summit, as you might have guessed.
Seven down, at least three more to go – crews were still pulling sunken, battered boats from the bottom of Monroe Harbor on Tuesday, after last week’s high winds and waves smashed them into a concrete lakefront wall.
Wednesday’s storm damage to boats was still apparent Friday along the lakefront. CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli talks with experts who are conducting the cleanup.
Longtime boaters in Chicago said they’ve never seen anything like it. Strong winds and high waves sank nine boats and damaged 11 more after they were tossed from their moorings in Monroe Harbor overnight.