McCarthy “Astounded” By Officers’ Handling Of Protests; Not Resigning Over Laquan McDonald Case Police Supt. Garry McCarthy praised Chicago's police force Friday for showing “remarkable” professionalism during several days of protests in the wake of the release of a video showing a white police officer fatally shooting a black teen, and that... Activists March On Magnificent Mile To Protest Laquan McDonald Shooting Activists shut down part of Michigan Avenue on Black Friday, and planned to march to Water Tower Place, to protest the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Black Aldermen Again Call For Ouster Of Police Supt. Garry McCarthy Rauner Wants More Info From White House On Syrian Refugees Mayor To Meet With Ministers As City Prepares To Release Video Of Fatal Police Shooting Eileen Quinn, Mother Of Former Gov. Pat Quinn, Dies At 98 Human Service Agencies Scaling Back As State Budget Impasse Continues Eileen Quinn, Mother Of Former Gov. Pat Quinn, Dies At 98 Plan Pulled For Medical-Marijuana Dispensary On South Side City Won’t Fight Judge’s Order To Release Video Showing White Cop Shooting Black Suspect
Child Critically Injured In Bronzeville Crash A child was critically injured and four other people were hurt in a Bronzeville neighborhood traffic crash Saturday afternoon on the South Side. Phillips Makes Football History, Despite Challenges CBS 2's Vince Gerasole caught up with some of the members of Phillips Academy football team, along with their family and fans, after the team buried Belleville-Altoff with a 51-7 victory in DeKalb.
Michigan Avenue Returns To Normalcy After Friday Protests Police Search For Teenage Girl Last Seen In West Lawn Activists Carry Coffin To City Hall, Charging Cover Up In Laquan McDonald Shooting Holiday Tradition: Building The Daley Plaza Nativity Scene Woman Killed, Two Others Hurt In Dan Ryan DUI Crash President Obama’s Weekly Presidential Radio Address 3 Killed, 9 Wounded In Thanksgiving Weekend Shootings Man, Woman Safe After Falling Into Lake Michigan