Chicago Crime Commissioner Hotline Generating Credible TipsThe Chicago Crime Commission says a crime-reporting hotline it launched in May has already generated more than 350 tips.
New Tip Line Allows Callers To Remain Anonymous When Reporting CrimeThe Chicago Crime Commission has set up a new crime reporting hotline that is targeted at the city’s most dangerous communities.
"El Chapo" Guzman No Longer Chicago's "Public Enemy No. 1"The only other person the Chicago Crime Commission ever deemed worthy of that label was Prohibition-era gangster Al Capone.
‘El Chapo’ Regains Chicago’s Public Enemy Number One TitleGuzman's escape means the man most responsible Chicago's violent drug trade is fully back in business once again.
Manhunt Continues For Drug Kingpin "El Chapo" GuzmanJoaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, who was considered Chicago’s “Public Enemy Number One” before he was arrested last year, escaped from a Mexican prison on Saturday, using an elaborate lighted tunnel.
Garcia Campaign Blasts Photo Of Gang Leaders As Smear TacticA photograph showing mayoral candidate Jesus “Chuy” Garcia with two purported gang leaders, according to his campaign, is nothing more than a smear attempt by his opponents.
Art Bilek Retires From Crime Commission, After 60 Years In Law EnforcementAsked to think back through his 60-year career in law enforcement and say what stood out, Art Bilek barely hesitated: “The biggest thing that I did was naming 'El Chapo' Guzman, that dirty stinking rat, as Public Enemy Number One."
Mexican Drug Lord Named Chicago's 'Public Enemy Number One'The Chicago Crime Commission said no criminal since Al Capone has been more deserving of the title "Public Enemy Number One" than Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, head of the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico, which is responsible for much of the street gang violence in the city.
Lawsuit: Crime Commission Book Mislabels Man As Gang LeaderThe Chicago Crime Commission is on the receiving end of a lawsuit claiming the commission has the wrong guy.
Book Shows How Gangs Are Using Social MediaA new book spells out how Chicago area street gangs are using social media to plot and carry out their dirty work.
Crime Commission Honors Officers For Outstanding WorkCity, suburban and federal law enforcement officers and prosecutors are being recognized tonight for the outstanding work they have done in solving murders and reducing the number of gang members, guns and drugs on the street.
Chicago's Former Police Superintendent Disagrees With New Emphasis On Beat CopsFormer Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis discusses his feelings about being moved out and how he thinks his replacement is doing. CBS 2's Walter Jacobson reports.