When 16-year old Josh Ruggles starting shooting 3 pointers in the Wheaton Academy gym on Friday, he never thought he’d break a record. 135 three pointers in five minutes.
Temperatures skidded so sharply this weekend that Chicago felt like Alaska — only colder.
A suburban man is recovering today after spending 24-hours pulling bluegill, shiners, bass and carp out of a pond in Oak Brook Terrace from Friday morning to this morning in an attempt to set a new world record, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Remember all that talk about how dry it was last year? A lot has changed since then.
Over the course of four years in Englewood — population 25,000 — there were 80,000 arrests. Half were thrown out. But when it comes to finding a job, that doesn’t matter. CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley reports.
hicago weather can be crazy in January, but this is one for the record books.
The warm, dry weather set another record on Wednesday.
This year will go down as another record-setting year for high gas prices in the Chicago area.
Rory McIlroy has won the PGA Championship, routing the field by a record eight strokes Sunday for his second major title.
Joliet police say they did not want to break a record they set last year, but it looks like it’s going to happen.
The area could experience something so rare that it has only happened once since 2000: A day when the high temperature cracks 100 degrees.
Chicago saw its second consecutive day of record heat on Monday, when the temperature reached 95 degrees at O’Hare International Airport early Monday afternoon.
A Leicester, England, man is looking to reclaim the record time for riding the whole CTA ‘L’ system, after three other teams broke the record this year alone, according to a published report.
Two Chicago guys broke a record Wednesday, sitting on CTA trains for more than nine hours as they snapped a picture of each and every stop.
The mega jackpot for Friday’s Mega Millions lottery game is now up to a world record $500-million dollars.
Just two months after a teenage boy from Rockford broke the record for the biggest walleye in Illinois, the record has been broken again.
Gasoline prices could approach $5 a gallon by Memorial Day and stay a record levels for much of the summer, according to a forecast by GasBuddy.com.
With little or no snow in the forecast, Chicago may soon break the record for the least-snowiest start to winter.
By noon on Wednesday, Chicago had already broken a record for the third wettest year on record, and counting.
As the temperatures soared well into the 90s for the fifth straight day, ComEd reported that customer demand hit an all time record.