Post Tagged with: "O’Hare"

View of Chicago's Skyline from 11:30 p.m.
(Paris Lewbel, WCHI News)

LIVE: Snow blankets Chicago

  A live view from outside WCHI News Studios in Chicago’s South Loop as another winter storm blankets the Chicagoland area. — UPDATE 5:35 P.M.: The National Weather Service in Chicago has extended the Winter Weather Advisory until 6 a.m. Wednesday. — Snow, sleet and rain continues to blanket the Chicagoland area Tuesday afternoon. A winter weather advisory, in effect until […]

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Holiday Airport Travel

  Lines were already filling at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport early Wednesday morning, as Chicago’s Airports are expecting nearly 1.8 million travels for the Thanksgiving Holiday. With millions of people traveling throughout the weekend, travel experts say the most important things to remember are being informed and getting to the airport as early as possible. But the airport isn’t just […]

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Rahm Emanuel: Monday, Nov. 5, 2012

In the morning, Mayor Emanuel will deliver remarks at the 4th Annual Airports Going Green Conference at the Westin River North. Later in the morning, Mayor Emanuel and CTA president Forrest Claypool will be joined by leaders of labor unions to announce new labor agreements at a CTA bus garage on the city’s South Side.

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$147 Million? Another Potential Cost to Taxpayers

$147 Million? Another Potential Cost to Taxpayers

The Department of Aviation is looking to sign an approximate $1 Billion, 25-year contract for food and retail concessions at O’Hare’s International terminal. Westfield Ltd., Deleware North, and Chicago Aviation Partners(CAP) are all bidding on the Contract.  Out of the three, front-runner Westfiled Ltd will raise approximately $285 million dollars for the City of Chicago.  CAP will bring revenues of […]

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Japan’s Radiation Epidemic

Japan’s Radiation Epidemic

While bringing in a flight from Tokyo into the O’Hare International Airport, the passengers set off its radiation detectors.  Mayor Richard Daley has addressed the issue, but offers no details except that federal officials will be handling the situation. Since the powerful hit of the 8.9 earthquake and its devastating tsunami following, Japan has suffered great casualties and damages.  One […]

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Snow affects travel through Chicago

What is being called the largest snowstorm since 1967, is pre-emptively shutting down airports and bus terminals.

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