Fans, Fellow Players Mourn Death Of NBA Legend Kobe Bryant; 'Words Can't Even Come Close To Describing It'Bryant, 41, was named as a nominee for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame last month.
Helicopter That Crashed And Killed Kobe Bryant, His Daughter, And 7 Others Was Once Owned By State Of IllinoisThe helicopter that crashed near Los Angeles and took the lives of NBA icon Kobe Bryant, has 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven others was once owned by the State of Illinois.
Willowbrook Pilot OK After Helicopter Crash In North DakotaAn Illinois pilot suffered only minor injuries when a helicopter crashed in central North Dakota.
Chicago Woman Ryan McAuliffe Among 3 Killed In Tour Helicopter Crash In HawaiiA Chicago woman was among three people killed when a tour helicopter crashed and burst into flames in Hawaii on Monday.
Will County Couple Survives Hawaii Helicopter Crash After Woman Grabs ControlsA newly engaged couple from Will County survived a helicopter crash in Hawaii, after 35-year-old Carli McConaughy grabbed the controls when the pilot passed out.
Questions Remain After Helicopter CrashPreliminary results are expected within one to two weeks.
Several Injured In Helicopter Crash Off I-57"You could see a helicopter on fire, going out of control, trying to stabilize itself."
Spirit Helicopter Crash Kills Three In Northern WisconsinThree people were killed when a medical helicopter crashed in northern Wisconsin.
Marine From Aurora Among Eight Killed In Nepal Helicopter Crash The bodies of six U.S. Marines, including one from Illinois, and two Nepalese soldiers who were aboard a Marine helicopter that crashed during a relief mission in earthquake-hit Nepal have been identified, officials said Sunday.
Soldier From Elkhart, Ind. Killed In Helicopter Crash In AfghanistanAn Elkhart Indiana soldier has been identified as one of six GI’s killed in a single incident in Afghanistan Tuesday. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Funeral To Be Held For Fallen Marine In Crystal LakeThe senior pastor of a Crystal Lake church where funeral services will take place this afternoon for U.S. Marine Capt. Nathan McHone is expecting about 1,000 people to attend.