Officers did seize some guns and make some arrests, but were mostly busy writing tickets. CPD says its latest anti-violence program will be different.
Original investigative reporting, exclusives and analyses from WBEZ
I always wondered why the city’s mostly white neighborhoods looked so different than its black neighborhoods. Then I studied 168,859 home loans.
In Chicago, lenders have invested more in a single white neighborhood than all the black neighborhoods combined. Call it modern-day redlining.
The former CEO of Chicago’s last black-owned bank describes how they built African-American wealth loan by loan.
A WBEZ investigation shows Cook County residents are avoiding hospitals, potentially adding to the pandemic’s death toll.
Advocates say a city takeover of ComEd could mean cleaner energy and more public accountability. But the initial cost could be huge.
While Ald. Solis was tangled in a corruption probe, his outgoing chief of staff was building a new career as a security guard and lobbyist.
In an email obtained by WBEZ, a Michael Madigan ally urged top aides to then-Gov. Pat Quinn to avoid firing the favored worker.
Illinois prisoners say they were denied eye surgery because they still had one functioning eye.
One veteran divorce lawyer said there’s a “treasure trove” of data available to anyone who can file a lawsuit and write a subpoena.