Cook County has seen an increase in forced evictions in the past decade.
No officers were injured. One of the men in the car was shot in the leg.
An Illinois appeals court is ordering a new trial for a man who was convicted of trying to kill three Chicago police officers in 2010.
A sheriff wants more input, a state lawmaker wants bonds eliminated altogether and a new lawsuit calls the current system unconstitutional.
New rules take effect November 1. They say shackling should only be used in extreme circumstances.
A report by the CPS inspector general found that four Chicago public high schools fraudulently manipulated attendance data.
Illinois received a $750,000 federal grant to establish sexual assault response training for all police officers.
WBEZ’s sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout weighs in on the Sox new manager and the Cubs playoff prospects.
Beer experts say the process won’t hurt the flavor of Bourbon County stout, no matter what ‘ultra geeks’ say.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner wants Democratic leaders to act on a bill that would eliminate one big roadblock for ex-prisoners who want to get their lives on track.