Furnaces Struggle To Keep Up With Subzero TemperaturesSome homeowners around the Chicago area are struggling to keep their homes warm in the bitter weather because their furnaces can't bring the heat.
Cook County Reports 19 Cold-Related Deaths This SeasonThe Cook County Medical Examiner's Office reported the 19th cold-related death of the season.
Thousands Run Half Marathon In Below Freezing TemperaturesThousands of runners and walkers braved the wind and cold along the Lakefront during Chicago's Original Winter Half Marathon Saturday.
Dozens Still Without Water After Pipes Burst In Calumet Heights Saturday MorningA water main burst in Chicago's Calumet Heights neighborhood early Saturday morning left dozens of people in a two-block radius without running water.
Some Stay In Their Homes Despite Not Having HeatJune Bowman-Sims' furnace went out more than a week ago, but the 77-year-old retired nurse says she can't afford to repair it and refuses to leave her home.
DeafBlind Chicagoan Says City Lacks Winter-Weather Resources, Residents Can HelpFor Garfield Ridge resident Bryen M Yunashko, snowy weather conditions mean he may not be able to leave his house.
About 160 Flights Canceled At Chicago Airports Amid Winter Weather StormChicago's O'Hare and Midway airports have canceled about 160 flights Wednesday as the area continues to deal with a winter storm.
Nearly 900 Flights Canceled At Chicago Airports Amid Winter Weather AdvisoryOver 800 flights have been canceled at Chicago airports. Check back for updated numbers.
LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS: Icy Roads Expected Tonight
WINTER STORM: Live Updates On Saturday SnowCheck back for LIVE updates on the winter storm warning in place for the Chicago area until noon Saturday.
Winter Storm Dumping Snow Across Much Of IllinoisState troopers have responded to close to 300 traffic crashes, one of which was fatal, and nearly 800 calls for assistance from motorists.
Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Wednesday MorningA winter weather advisory has been issued for DeKalb, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties from 3 a.m. to noon Wednesday.
Ice Covered City Sidewalks A Major Cause Of ConcernPeople used different techniques to get by. Some glide and slide. Or shuffle while keeping both feet on the ground. Others have more of a spring in their step.
Icy City Sidewalks Put Pedestrians In PerilCity ordinances are pretty clear. You have until 10:00 a.m. to clear an overnight storm and 10:00 p.m. to clear a dayside storm. And the path clear has to be about five feet wide.
Chicago Public Schools Open Monday Amid Winter Storm WarningThe Chicago Public Schools will be open Monday, according to CEO Janice Jackson.