The four-month cultivation process might be contributing to Chicago’s shortage of legal cannabis
Civilian panel that decides on serious Chicago police discipline cases OK’d deal that keeps cop on the force despite unjustified shooting.
An art installation in Chicago honors gun violence victims and its organizers hope to make it a national monument.
The foreperson is upset about an Illinois appellate order that cut Lorenzo Davis’s $2 million award for emotional distress to $100,000.
Illinois appellate court sides with City of Chicago lawyers who said $2 million was too much for Lorenzo Davis’s distress after 2015 firing.
Chicago’s temporary top cop makes major changes to CPD structure, including creating Office of Constitutional Policing.
Chicago anti-violence groups gathered Tuesday to challenge themselves and the city to get below 400 murders for the year.
Sandoval faces charges of bribery and tax evasion in a red-light camera scheme while he was chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee.
The case consumed half of a Chicago Tribune event with top prosecutor Kim Foxx and her three Democratic challengers.
Reset sits down with the study’s lead author Madeleine Behr and WBEZ criminal justice reporter Patrick Smith for more on this issue.