While the Democrats beat each other up in the fight to be Cook County’s top prosecutor, their Republican counterpart will be waiting rested and unbruised in the general election.
Days after the fatal police shooting of Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones, families seek more information and deal with bloody reminders.
The state of Illinois hasn’t had a budget for six months. For many, it’s a political debate and not much more. But for some kids, the budget impasse has meant going to prison instead of going home.
The Cook County Board approved a $2.3 million contract to create software providing public safety agencies an updated way to share information.
Two Chicago experts weigh in on the lead up to the video release, and what to expect from the officer’s trial.
Illinois kids are waiting in jail an average of 30 days for the state to get them out, down from 70 days earlier this year.
Father Michael Pfleger of nearby St. Sabina Church says ‘someone executed a baby.’
A newly-released IPRA report directly contradicts police officers’ account of fatal 2011 shooting. The city has agreed to pay $2 million, which will go to victim’s 3-year-old son.
Amid national discussions about the relationship between police and the public they serve, Chicago’s top cop announced a ‘listening tour.’ But hardly anyone got the invite.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says agencies could be using federal funds to send drug addicts to unlicensed rehab centers.