Opponents fear Indiana’s new gun laws will make it even easier to get a gun.
News of a February false confession in the Chicago suburb has led to a teen’s claim that cops did it to him too.
Shielded from public view, misconduct by corrections staff in Illinois prisons received scant discipline
Eighteen Illinois corrections workers abused prisoners or used excessive force, according to state investigations. But they all kept their jobs.
The average wait time is more than 53 days.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the powers that be need to keep pressuring criminal court judges to “lock up dangerous, violent people and not put them out on bail.“
The state’s child welfare agency says it has nowhere else to put the children. Opponents call it cruel, and a civil rights violation.
New York legislators passed major gun control reforms after recent mass shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde. How do Illinois gun laws stack up?
As the city tries to fire more cops for alleged misconduct, police bosses are being held accountable for failing to report it.
The Albany Park Safety Walk gives residents the opportunity to ask questions and propose ideas about what it takes to make a safe community.
Despite a violent Memorial Day weekend, the Chicago Police Department says shootings this year are down from last year.