A new survey shows people trying to prevent shootings are undersupported and overtraumatized. Researchers are offering solutions.
Prison staff had until Jan. 31 to get their first vaccine shot. About a quarter of workers are still unvaccinated.
The former Chicago police officer will have served just over three years for the murder. Experts weigh in on calls for the feds to step in.
The proposal has been beset with criticism, most recently from civil rights attorneys. It gets a City Council hearing Friday.
City investigation finds Lightfoot administration misled about the wrongful raid on Anjanette Young’s home
In 2019, CPD officers burst into the social worker’s home and fruitlessly searched it while Young stood naked and handcuffed.
Grieving parents have complained for years about a lack of communication from CPD detectives. A new police unit aims to fix that.
When the right to a speedy trial resumed in October many predicted chaos and a rush of dropped cases, but that hasn’t happened.
The number of workers vaccinated against COVID-19 has shot up since Gov. JB Pritzker announced a vaccine requirement.
More than 800 people were killed this year in Chicago, most due to gun violence. Families share the stories of how their loved ones lived.
Chicagoans would be able to challenge their place in the infamous gang database in proposed police policy
The city is trying to reform its notorious gang database, but activists say a new policy still puts Black and brown people at risk.