About a year and a half after it began, the work to rebuild about half of Wacker Drive has shifted south.
The Wacker Drive reconstruction project is kicking into its next phase next week.
A landmark downtown building could be undergoing major changes.
Motorists and pedestrians on Wacker Drive Tuesday will be subjected to a ghastly sight that has nothing to do with Halloween.
Traffic was snagged at Lower Wacker Drive and Michigan Avenue downtown Thursday morning, as a gas leak erupted in a ComEd vault.
Police said a bomb threat near Ogilvie Transportation Center on Monday was unfounded.
A couple dozen protesters stood outside United Airlines’ Chicago offices on Sunday to demand that United do more for the city.
The search continued Tuesday for a gunman who shot a man at the State Street Bridge during the afternoon rush on Monday. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot spoke with the 29-year-old man’s wife on Tuesday. She said her husband was resting and trying to recover.
A man was found seriously injured in the predawn hours Tuesday on a ramp between Upper and Lower Wacker Drive, after apparently falling from a bridge.
A man was shot in the head on the State Street bridge near the Loop Monday evening but survived and was able to talk with police, who searched for the gunman.
Madison Street is now closed between Canal and Franklin streets downtown, as Phase 2 of the Wacker Drive reconstruction project begins.
A huge construction parade is marching south down Wacker Drive starting Tuesday, as city engineers reopen Washington Street and close Madison Street to begin the second phase of reconstruction.
Workers at the Hyatt Regency Hotel downtown are on strike, in a one-day walkout in response to an attempt by the hotel giant to outsource labor.
Twenty-five people were arrested for blocking traffic briefly on Wacker Drive, during a noisy demonstration outside of an executives’ summit at a downtown hotel.
Good news for motorists — a major West Loop intersection is reopening Friday to traffic for the first time since early January.
A sport-utility vehicle and a pickup truck crashed in the heart of downtown Chicago this morning.
More than 100 concrete trucks will form a caravan to the intersection of Randolph Street and Wacker Drive to rebuild the pavement today.
The city is advising drivers to stay away from Wacker Drive and Lake Street tomorrow, as more than 1,100 cubic yards of concrete are hauled in to rebuild the roadway.
Three months into its latest phase, the City of Chicago says the massive Wacker Drive reconstruction project is on schedule and within budget.
A much-needed revamp of Upper Wacker Drive is making things tough for businesses within the barricaded construction zone.