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Horse carriages that wheel through Chicago's ritzy neighborhoods would have to display minimum and maximum temperatures of operation under a measure a City Council committee endorsed Thursday. Although two carriage operators backed the proposal, there...
One could say that Judy Gibbons started prepping for her latest endeavor as a real estate agent 46 years ago today. That's because on April 21, 1967, a 9-year-old Gibbons huddled under the basement steps of her Barrington home with her mother, four...
The heaviest rains have passed through Chicagoland, but officials said the worst of the flooding will hit some areas Friday through Sunday. Because it takes time for water to run its course, flooding can lag behind rains by a day or two, and linger...
Flooding spawned by as much as 5 inches of rain closed the Edens, Eisenhower and Kennedy expressways this morning as a second wave of thunderstorms moves through the Chicago area. The Edens Expressway was closed between Foster and Touhy avenues and...
Officials warned today that a powerful spring storm will drag in a motley combination of cold, warmth, fog, and heavy rain with possible flooding, making for a weird weather week in Chicagoland. The week started with morning rainstroms yesterday...
The snowstorm that buried central and southern Illinois only skirted Chicago as it headed east -- and with it maybe the last of an unusual winter that seemed would never end. The storm dropped 17 inches of snow in Springfield, breaking the old record...
It may seem more like an infernal equinox. When spring arrives at 6:02 a.m. Wednesday, it's likely some areas around Chicago will be wincing from wind chills below zero. And while temperatures will warm up as the week goes along, there are rumblings...
Chicago's St. Patrick's Day festivities brought thousands of people downtown today for the parade and the ritual dyeing of the Chicago river. A boat left a trail of lime green dye in the water about 10 a.m. as thousands "ooohed" in the frigid...
It may sound like a weather story is easy to cover, but determining how widespread the effects will be for an inconveniently-timed winter storm can be one of the most important deadline issues the Chicago Tribune tackles. The winter weather that...
CHICAGO (AP) — A massive, slow-moving storm paralyzed parts of the nation's midsection with heavy, wet snow Tuesday, straining power lines, closing schools, clogging roadways and delaying hundreds of flights before churning eastward, where...
For the second time in less than a week, the Chicago area is in line for a snowstorm that promises a mixture of freezing rain, sleet and snow with enough accumulation to bring out the snow shovels. Early predictions from the National Weather Service...
A winter storm that buried the Great Plains in more than a foot of snow lost some of its punch as it blew through Chicago overnight, but it still managed to slow the morning commute with slick roads and dozens of spinouts on expressways. Snow began...
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