Chicagoans who punch cards for their favorite aldermanic candidates might have the issue of crime on their minds. But depending on where they live, they will have heard more—or less—about crime from their candidates.
Chicago Alderman Anthony Beale, chair of the Council’s Committee on Police and Fire, said Monday on "Eight Forty-Eight" that “resource reallocation” is coming “right after January” to the Chicago Police Department.The 9th ward alderman told guest host Jason Ma
Ah, the bounty that is Chicago news. Plenty to talk about today: (Flickr/Paul Hertz)Top story: The Chicago police are reeling after one of their own was shot and killed on Friday while investigating a crime scene.
Updated At: 5:30 on 10/20/2010The president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police Wednesday lashed out at Police Superintendent Jody Weis for his handling of an alleged case of police brutality.Mark Donahue is the police union's president.