Rev. Jesse Jackson Calls For "Shake-Up" Of Chicago Police DepartmentWBBM’s Mike Krauser reports Rev. Jackson stood at a memorial to young people killed on the streets in the Pullman neighborhood saying he believes Laquan McDonald was murdered by officer Jason Van Dyke.
Community Leaders Call For Peace When Police Release Video Of Suspect's DeathFather Michael Pfleger says disturbances would ultimately undermine the goal of activists seeking social change.
City Won't Fight Judge's Order To Release Video Showing White Cop Shooting Black SuspectA Cook County judge has ordered Chicago police to release dashboard camera video of a white officer fatally shooting a black teen last year.
Judge To Decide If Video Of Deadly Police Shooting To Be ReleasedA Cook County judge was set to rule Thursday whether the Chicago Police Department must release dashcam video of a white police officer fatally shooting a black teenage suspect last year.
Data: Chicago Cops Face Many Misconduct Allegations, But Are Rarely DisciplinedTens of thousands of complaints have resulted in few disciplinary actions against the many Chicago police officers being accused of misconduct...
Top Officials To Announce Effort To Cut Incarceration RatesA Chicago police spokesman says top law enforcement officials from around the country are set to announce their involvement in a new push to lower incarceration rates.
Suit: Chicago Police Abused Three Suspects At 'Off The Books' Detention FacilityA new lawsuit claims the West Side police facility at Homan Square has been used to unlawfully detain and torture suspects.
Mayor Defends McCarthy's Promotion Of Cop Under InvestigationMayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday backed Police Supt. Garry McCarthy’s decision to promote a top police official who is under scrutiny for his role in the death investigation involving a nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley.
Chicago Police Commander To Go On Trial For Tough TacticsAt a time when much of the nation is debating the treatment of black suspects by white police officers, Cmdr. Glenn Evans' case unfolds against a different backdrop: He is a black officer credited with safeguarding black neighborhoods.
Shootings, Murders Spike In Chicago In SeptemberWhile overall crime is down since last year, Chicago saw a big increase in fatal shootings last month, which was the deadliest September in more than a decade.
Chicago Police And Fire Departments Salute NYC Comrades On 9/11 AnniversaryChicago first responders paid tribute to counterparts who lost their lives in New York on this day 14 years ago, at a solemn ceremony outside Chicago Public Safety Headquarters.
Chicago Cop Investigated For Saying "Mike Brown Deserved It"Police spokesman Anthony Gugliemi said, after learning about the video, the department has opened an internal affairs investigation of the officer who made the statement about Michael Brown, the unarmed young black man who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, last year.