A three-vehicle crash closed inbound lanes of the Stevenson Expressway for more than an hour Friday, just in time for the morning rush.
Illinois State Police said the bus was driving on the left shoulder of the northbound lanes of the Stevenson, when it crashed with two other vehicles near Harlem Avenue.
A semi-truck rear-ended a vehicle near where the northbound Stevenson merges with the southbound Dan Ryan Expressway about 11:30 p.m.
The crash happened about 6:45 a.m. when traffic came to a stop in a construction zone on the Stevenson Expressway (I-55) near Bluff Road, causing a chain-reaction crash involving three semis and four other vehicles.
You might think a man who lives in North Carolina putting up a billboard in Chicago looking for dates is a desperate move, but Gordon Engle doesn’t think so.
Both drivers involved in a crash early Saturday morning on the Stevenson Expressway have been charged with DUI.
Motorists who use the inbound Stevenson Expressway encountered much more than they bargained for overnight.
One of the vehicles overturned in a ditch and the other vehicle was disabled in the left lane following the crash.
The driver of a car that became disabled in traffic on the Stevenson Expressway early Wednesday near southwest suburban Plainfield was killed when a semi plowed into his car and another car that stopped to help.
Police are investigating a murder on a major expressway ramp right by Chicago’s convention center on Friday morning.
More Pace buses will be riding the shoulders of I-55 by next summer — and could possibly be taking riders between the Loop and southwest suburbs middays, and on specials to White Sox and Bears games.
Rags — the little white dog that managed to avoid cars on the Stevenson Expressway for more than an hour a week ago — is getting a home on Thursday.
The outbound Stevenson Expressway was shut down Thursday morning near the Des Plaines River bridge, after a vehicle rolled over and caught fire.
A dog was spotted running in the middle of the Stevenson Expressway Tuesday morning.
At least one lane of the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94) was shut down and traffic slowed for about four hours Saturday morning following a collision between a car and a semi truck.
A serious accident blocked three left lanes on the Tri-State Tollway at Roosevelt Road Tuesday morning.
For the sixth time in the past week, rock-throwers have damaged cars on a Chicago area expressway.
Six vehicles were damaged late Saturday night when someone threw rocks at cars on the Stevenson Expressway from a railroad overpass on the Southwest Side.
A suburban woman who missed her prom when she was paralyzed in a drunken driving crash will be going to the prom Friday night, after an unlikely meeting.
The outbound Stevenson Expressway was snagged Friday morning when one Cook County Sheriff’s prisoner bus rear-ended another in a convoy.