Video of a police raid on a tanning salon in 2013 shows Chicago police officers engaging in potentially criminal activity. Some of that activity was reviewed by the Independent Police Review Authority but not all.
Members of Chicago’s Asian-American community say their meeting with Scott Ando shows his agency, the Independent Police Review Authority, has a problem holding cops accountable.
Members of Chicago’s Asian-American community are scheduled to meet Monday with the head of the Independent Police Review Authority to discuss a cop caught on tape making racist comments and death threats during an arrest in a salon.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy held a press conference Thursday on details surrounding the toddler whose dismembered remains were found in the city's Garfield Park lagoon.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is refusing to discuss a 25-day suspension being recommended for a cop caught on video yelling racist comments.
Asian-American activists in Chicago are expressing outrage over the lack of punishment being recommended by the city agency that investigates police misconduct.
An official who was fired from the agency that investigates shootings by police in Chicago is suing the city for wrongful termination.
A new Illinois law is going to cost Cook County $5 million in revenue each year. But the politician who pushed the law says those profits were being taken out of the pockets of the poorest residents.
Former federal prosecutor Andrew Porter Porter says he doesn’t think Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s escape immediately means more drugs on the streets of Chicago,
Chicago police are refusing to say whether an officer is still patrolling the streets after being caught on camera seemingly using unnecessary force.