More than 100 people rallied in Palmer Square Park in the Logan Square neighborhood this morning
On the West Side, violence prevention workers battle a pandemic, destruction and death. But they say they aren’t giving up.
The Chicago Transit Authority is once again severely limiting its service Tuesday
More Than 50 Years After The MLK Riots, The Same Section Of Chicago’s West Side Is Reeling From Destruction
Residents in Garfield Park said the chaos Sunday was “stupid” “hooliganism.” But they also understand the anger driving it.
At least 41 people were wounded and 14 killed in shootings across Chicago Sunday.
Conservative Chicago Police Union President Joins Those Condemning Officer Who Killed George Floyd In Minneapolis
FOP Chicago President John Catanzara, Police Superintendent David Brown and Mayor Lori Lightfoot all spoke out against the killing.
With the courts closed, advocates worry detainees stuck awaiting trial at the county jail will be at greater risk of catching COVID-19.
As he settles into his new role as the city’s top cop, David Brown is making his plan to reduce summer shootings.
Chicago police are partnering with outreach groups to put workers in “hot spots” this weekend to mediate gang disputes and prevent shootings.
In an interview with WBEZ, Superintendent David Brown said he’s looking to community policing and reform to help drive down violent crime.