Rising temperatures in the Chicago area might be melting some of the snow and ice left behind by last week’s blizzard, but it also will bring some new headaches for area motorists: more potholes.
Groundhog Day is Wednesday, just in time for what could be a foot or more of snow.
Potholes are beginning to show up on Chicago streets. But the pothole forecast may not be as gloomy as it’s been in the past. CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports on why this could be a better year for drivers.
A northwest suburban man who took a drunken fall at his home on New Year’s Day is at least the fifth Cook County resident to die of cold-related causes this winter season.
With temperatures hovering around the mid 20′s on Sunday, it couldn’t have been a better day for a round of golf.
On the longest night of the year, Monday night into Tuesday, there will be full lunar eclipse at 1:40 a.m.
The Chicago area is under a winter weather advisory Monday evening, as ice and as much as two to four inches of snow are expected to make travel difficult Monday night and Tuesday morning.
The driving situation in northwest Indiana and southwest Michigan is improving. But there’s still lots of snow to deal with and even more snow coming today in some areas.
There are several ways to help abandoned and former pet cats-gone-wild make it through the harsh winter.
Bears fans tailgated as the winter storm was passing over. You could hear the soft sound of propane heaters as cold Bears fans warmed themselves and their tailgating fare.
If you think it’s cold now, just wait. The forecast calls for sharply colder weather next week, with daytime temperatures barely above single digits.
Snow was racing down Lake Michigan causing some whiteout conditions in Porter County, Ind.
It’s a Chicago tradition. Dig out a snowy parking space and ‘reserve’ it with a chair. Now, one man is encouraging neighbors to declare a ‘Chair Free Zone’.
This weekend, you’re sure to need a winter coat, and you’re likely to need a snow shovel too.
Tow trucks were busy on the city’s major streets again overnight, as 119 vehicles were towed on the second morning of the seasonal overnight parking ban.
Do you know where your car is this morning? The city’s winter parking ban is now in effect, and if you forgot, you might find yourself taking a trip to one of the auto pound.
If you live along one of the thoroughfares that is subject to Chicago’s wintertime overnight parking ban, make sure the car is off the street when you go to sleep.
Come Wednesday, you’ll have to watch where you park for the night, or you might end up missing work for an unpleasant trip to the auto pound.
Get the winter storm preparedness guide.