Threat Of More Snow After Second Nor'easterForecasters are tracking another coastal storm with the potential for snowfall in Virginia and West Virginia on Sunday into Monday.
Snow Is Gone, So 'Dibs' Is Done; City To Clear Away MarkersLast week, city officials warned they would begin clearing away “dibs” markers beginning Monday.
Sunny, Dry Conditions Expected To Move Into Chicago Area After 13 Inches Of SnowfallA winter storm that hit portions of the Chicago area with more than 13 inches of snowfall tapered off Sunday afternoon, making way for dry, sunny conditions for much of the upcoming week.
Passengers Cool Their Jets At O'HareThe snow is creating travel headaches for people out flying in and out of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Volunteers Shovel For City Seniors As Part Of "My Block, My Hood, My City" ProgramVolunteers from throughout the city joined a shoveling brigade on Friday, helping clear walks and driveways for seniors on the city’s South Side.
Whether Work Or Play, Snow Day Keeping Kids And Adults BusyFriday was a snow day for many kids and adults alike, with most schools closed and plenty of people staying home from work due to the snowstorm, but that didn’t mean it was a lazy start to the weekend.
PHOTOS: Snow Storm Blankets Chicago AreaWe asked and you delivered. We wanted to know how the winter storm looks where you live, and you're showing us.
Metra Urges Riders To Give Themselves Extra Time During Morning CommuteMetra is urging riders to give themselves extra time for Friday morning's commute because of the snow.
Winter Storm Forecast Improving; Nearly 7 Inches Today, 10+ By SundayA winter storm warning now is set to expire at noon for most of the Chicago area, nine hours earlier than originally planned.
Snow-Packed Roads Lead To Dicey Travel Conditions On Tri-State TollwayRoads are snow-packed throughout the Chicagoland area, treacherous in many spots.
Tips For Keeping Yourself, Your Vehicle Safe During Extreme WeatherHere's a list of items you should keep in your vehicle this winter.