- Supreme Court To Hear Town Prayer CasePosted 2 mins ago
- Military Sex AbusePosted 2 hours ago
- Suburban Poverty GrowingPosted 3 hours ago
- Record-Breaking Ferris Wheel RidePosted 3 hours ago
- FOX on Tech: Russia Developing Killer RobotsPosted 5 hours ago
- Housecall for Health: Workplace StressPosted 5 hours ago
- Yahoo Buying TumblrPosted 6 hours ago
Snow Storm Hits Midwest, Eyes Mid-Atlantic
From the Dakotas to D.C., there will be plenty of Americans shoveling snow this week, as a storm drops some of highest totals seen this season.
FOX News Radio’s Jennifer Keiper reports from Chicago:
Close to 1,000 flights at O’Hare and Midway airports here in Chicago have been canceled in anticipation of up to 10″ of snow. This late winter storm moves out of the Dakotas, leaving behind a food of snow in Minot. Kent Barnard with the Minnesota Department of Transportation says they’ve been getting the snow in waves.
(Barnard) “We currently have crews split – 12 hours on, 12 hours off – and we’ll continue until the roads are back in good condition.”
Southeastern Minnesota and portions of Wisconsin could get up to a foot of snow.
In Chicago, Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.