CTA Keeping Heat Lamps Later Than Usual On As Cold Snap PersistsChicago feels more like winter than spring this week, with a mixture of rain and snow in the forecast.
Agreement Reached With Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' UnionSnow plow drivers will be back on the streets for any snow Sunday, after avoiding a strike vote.
More Pipe Problems Expected With Next Week's Warm UpWarm-ups cause a whole new stream of problems, plumbers say.
Walking Your Dog In The Cold And SnowMost of us would prefer not to spend much time outside in these frigid temperatures; but for some people, it's a living.
Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' Union Threaten Strike VoteThe union suggests Chicago's plows could be idle when they're needed most due to a contract negotiation.
Brookfield Zoo Animals Enjoying Wintry WeatherThe arctic blast is an invitation for most to stay indoors, but for some Brookfield Zoo animals, the cold weather means playtime!
Metra Winter Weather GuideThis week's bitter cold has not been kind to Metra and some of its passengers.
Up To 6 Inches Of Snow Could Fall Christmas Eve Across Chicago AreaSnow began falling about 8 a.m. at O’Hare, and more than an inch of snow was on the ground by 10 a.m., per the National Weather Service.
IDOT, Illinois Tollway System Prepare For Winter Driving ConditionsThe Illinois Tollway system has increased its plow and salt spreader fleet to 196 trucks, which will cover 294 lane miles this winter.
First Polar Vortexes Of The Season Coming This WeekThe season's first polar vortex is inviting itself to Thanksgiving week festivities in the Chicago area.
How To Feel Sunny On A Gray Chicago DayGray Chicago days can make gray Chicagoans, but a psychiatrist has a way to get people out of their winter funk.
Flights Cancelled At Midway, O'Hare Airports After Morning FogPassengers at Midway Airport faced dozens of cancellations from the overnight fog and from the ripple effect caused by winter storms in other parts of the country.