Uber Driver's Blood Alcohol .25 After Super Bowl, Police SayAn Uber driver was arrested following Super Bowl 50 on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, police said Monday.
Uber Teams With Anti-Cruelty Society To Deliver Puppies On DemandSome lucky office workers around Chicago today enjoyed a special treat as Uber delivered puppies on demand for a little playtime.
Uber Driver Busted For DUI, With Camera RollingCBS 2's Dana Kozlov asks: How quickly does the ride-sharing service learn about driving offenses?
Holiday Travelers Make Way Home On Busiest Day Of YearIt might have been easier to catch a ride to and from the airport today - the busiest travel day of the year - now that ride-sharing companies can work at O'Hare and Midway.
Uber Cleared For Airport Pickups In ChicagoA ride-hailing giant whose investors include Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s brother was cleared for take-off Tuesday at Chicago airports — just in time to cash in on the Thanksgiving travel rush.
Lyft Gets Green Light To Pick Up At Airports, McCormick PlaceJust in time for the busy holiday travel season, a ride-hailing company has been given the green light to pick up passengers at Chicago’s airports and McCormick Place, the city announced Sunday.
Wheeled Italian Grandmas -- Cooking At Stoves -- May Be Visiting Your Home This WeekendVegetarians, beware. CBS 2's Brad Edwards encounters the "Sausage Nonnas," a marketing deal cooked up by Uber and Johnsonville.
New Uber Ad Targets Long Taxi Lines At O'HareOn the eve of a City Council vote on opening Chicago’s airports to ride-sharing companies, Uber was looking to gain support with a new online ad campaign.
Aldermen Reach Compromise To Allow Ride-Sharing Drivers To Make Airport PickupsIn a compromise worked out today, drivers for ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft will be allowed to serve Chicago's airports and the city might be able to hire a few more police officers, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Uber, Taxi Drivers Engage In Shouting Match Ahead Of City Council Hearing A news conference turned into a shouting match ahead of the City Council hearing on allowing ride-sharing services to pick up passengers at O’Hare and Midway airports, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Aldermen Call For Tightening Ride-Sharing Requirements Ahead Of Budget Vote Even as the Chicago City Council advanced Mayor Emanuel’s budget towards next week's final vote, several aldermen are trying to win agreement on a tightening of the requirements for ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Cabbies, Uber Drivers Square Off At City HallAfter a failed 24-hour strike last week, activists from the taxi industry took their fight to City Hall on Wednesday, protesting what they say is preferential treatment for rival ride-sharing companies.