Man Dies On Flight From Chicago To MexicoAeroméxico flight 683 took off from O'Hare International Airport around 12:30 a.m., and made an emergency landing in Houston about two hours later, after an elderly passenger became unresponsive in his seat.
Some O'Hare Airport Workers On Strike ThursdayWorkers at O’Hare International Airport planned to rally for better pay Thursday morning, after beginning a 24-hour strike, but the question was how much impact they were having on operations.
City Council Panel Grounds Measure To Halt O'Hare ExpansionA City Council committee has voted down an ordinance that would have stopped the expansion of O'Hare International Airport in its tracks, and given aldermen the final say over any runway changes the airport.
Private Jet Slips Off Runway At O'Hare, Airliner Slides On TaxiwayA private plane slid off the end of a runway Tuesday afternoon at O'Hare International Airport, and minutes later an American Airlines jet slipped on a taxiway.
City Hall Selects Firm To Identify Potential Routes For O'Hare Express TrainEngineering and design giant Parsons Brinckerhoff was chosen Thursday to identify potential routes for high-speed rail service between downtown and O’Hare Airport.
Lawmakers Seek Relief For Homes Plagued By Increased O'Hare NoiseWhile Democrats and Republicans in the Illinois General Assembly haven’t been able to find much common ground lately, those who represent people around O'Hare International Airport have banded together to try to bring some relief from increased jet noise.
Chicago Police Officer Saves Woman's Life At O'Hare AirportA 21-year-old woman collapsed and lost consciousness Saturday afternoon inside the airport. A Chicago Police officer assigned to the Airport Law Enforcement District responded immediately and performed CPR, police said.
Serial Stowaway Held On $150K Bond After Latest Arrest At O'HareSerial stowaway Marilyn Hartman, arrested for trespassing at O’Hare International Airport again on Wednesday, is being held on a $150,000 bond.
Weekly O’Hare Nighttime Runway Rotations Could Start By MayTo better spread out jet noise, O’Hare International Airport might start rotating the runways it uses at night on a weekly basis as soon as May under a six-month test approved Tuesday by a special “Fly Quiet” committee.
Homeowners Call O'Hare Noise Meeting With Mayor 'A Waste Of Time'It took an anti-airport noise group two dozen formal requests over the past couple years to get a meeting with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, but they said their meeting at City Hall on Wednesday was “a waste of our time.”
Chicago's Airports Canceling Flights Ahead Of East Coast BlizzardA massive winter storm set to hit the East Coast on Friday was wreaking havoc at airports across the country, including at O’Hare and Midway in Chicago.
2 Injured When Fuel Truck Crashes Into Plane At O’HareThe truck struck the wing of the plane about 11:15 p.m. while the plane was stationary at O’Hare, according to Chicago Police and Chicago Fire Department Chief Juan Hernandez.