Colorado’s “green rush” has been nothing but a bust for Ryan Bailey. For the second time in about five years, Bailey is behind bars for allegedly opening a hefty package of marijuana that was shipped from Colorado to Chicago through the United Parcel Service.
A 30-year-old woman was transported to Evanston-Northshore University Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
A pregnancy discrimination case is in front of the Supreme Court and its outcome could affect women across the country. A former UPS worker says she was forced into taking unpaid leave when she became pregnant.
Kohl’s Department Stores plans to hire nearly 70,000 people to help during the busy holiday season and one expert predicts a good year for those seeking part-time work.
On the whole, it was a Merry Christmas at Jocelyn Flojo’s house, except for that one missing piece: a gift for her 7-year-old son that was ordered online. CBS 2’s Chris Martinez reports.
Riverside police arrested three boys Thursday for stealing UPS packages in the west suburb.
‘Tis the season, and we’re all in a rush to get our holiday gifts bought and shipped. That means things are running full speed at shipping facilities like UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service.
They’ll be huffing and puffing in the cargo area at O’Hare International Airport Saturday, as more than three dozen teams try to see which one can pull a cargo jet faster than the other.
Tis the season for shipping out holiday gifts, but how do you know if your packages are being weighed correctly? And what differences are there in shipping costs? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker went out to get some answers.
To say UPS is very busy this holiday season would be an understatement. On December 22nd alone, the company will deliver 24 million packages on what they call their peak day. To accomplish that feat, they’ve hired extra workers. Many of them are hoping their part-time employment becomes full-time. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Want a job at UPS? They are hiring again in January and February.
UPS has full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions available throughout the United States, including Chicago.
The packages loaded with explosives and addressed to Chicago synagogues might have been set up to detonate before they even arrived.
Two suspicious packages containing explosives were intercepted on their way from Yemen to Chicago, authorities said Friday. President Barack Obama said authorities had uncovered a “credible terrorist threat.”
Authorities stopped two cargo planes with suspicious packages onboard, after learning the items were being sent from Yemen to synagogues in Chicago.