Lawyer to United: 'This Case Is About More Than 1 Rabbit'United Airlines hasn't explained why a giant rabbit died after being flown from London to Chicago or why it had the animal cremated within hours of his death.
Aviation Officer Gives His Version of United Flight RemovalThe officer said he wrote the report and gave his version of events only because he faced losing his job.
Caterpillar Moving Operations from Peoria to Chicago SuburbThe heavy-equipment maker announced Wednesday it is moving operations to the Chicago suburb of Deerfield.
Illinois Road Project Stung by Judge's Endangered-Bee RulingU.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman in Chicago on Monday ordered a halt to construction of the nearly 6-mile road until at least April 25 due to the rusty patched bumblebee's new endangered status.
High-Tech Warning System Among Safety Features for 100+ MPH TrainsTrains expected to start running along upgraded STL-to-CHI rails before 2018.
Cubs Rally Past Cardinals, Take Opening Series 2-1The Cardinals led 4-2 in the seventh inning when things became kooky at Busch Stadium.
Insult to Injury: Wainwright, Piscotty Will Really Want to Forget That OneThe Cards and Cubs play game 3 of the season opening series Wednesday, first pitch at 12:45 p.m. on KMOX 1120 AM.
Boeing Strikes Deal With Islamic Republic in IranBoeing Co. said on Tuesday it has signed a new, $3 billion deal with Iran's Aseman Airlines to supply 30 737 MAX aircraft to the carrier, the first major sale by a U.S. company to the Islamic Republic under new President Donald Trump.
Cards, Cubs Fans Rub Elbows At BPV Prior To 2017 OpenerDivided loyalties create odd mix of red and blue among friends, loved ones.
Rapper Donates to More Schools; Bulls Kick in $1 MillionHe's secured an additional $1 million from the Chicago Bulls for his New Chance Arts and Literature Fund.
Judge: Cannabis Companies Can Make Campaign ContributionsA federal judge ruled last week that a provision preventing cannabis companies from making campaign contributions in Illinois wasn't constitutional.
Illinois Sees Inconsistent Changes in UnemploymentThe Metro East unemployment rate fell from 6.7 percent in January 2016 to 6.6 percent in January 2017.