CPD Officer Saves Unconscious 3-Year-Old With CPRA Chicago police officer, just 16 months with the department, is credited Thursday with helping save the life of a 3-year-old boy in Chicago's West Side.
Dash Cam Video Shows Deadly High-Speed Police Chase, CrashTwo of the suspects died in that crash. The four officers sustained non-life threatening injuries. The chase and crash are still under investigation.
Suit: CPD Officer Faced Retaliation For Reporting MisconductA Chicago Police officer claims he faced retaliation in the department after reporting other officers’ misconduct.
Man Charged With Violating Order Of Protection After Being StabbedDeonte Jackson, 23, was charged with one felony count of violating an order of protection and one misdemeanor count of domestic battery with physical contact.
Chicago Police Using Social Media To Improve ImageThat's what's pushing a recent social media surge from within the department, WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
Person Struck By Red Line Train In LoopThe male was struck by a train at the Lake station at 188 N. State St. at 9:01 a.m.
3 Men Shot While Sitting In Parked Vehicle In Longwood ManorThe victims were sitting in a vehicle at 9:27 p.m. in the 9500 block of South Green when a male got out of another vehicle and fired shots.
Police: 3rd Person Dies After South Side ArsonDanny Darling, 58, was pronounced dead at 11:15 a.m. at Stroger Hospital, following the Aug. 27 fire.
Police: Hostage Situation In The LoopPolice and SWAT responded Saturday to a hostage situation in the Loop.
Three CPD Officers Injured During West Side ArrestThree Chicago Police officers were injured, one seriously, while making an arrest after a crash Wednesday morning in the West Side Austin neighborhood.
City Council Vote On New Police Oversight Office Expected This WeekA full City Council vote could come as soon as tomorrow.
Plan To Revamp Chicago Police Misconduct Probes Gets ReviewMembers of the Chicago City Council on Tuesday considered Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to create and fund a new agency to investigate officer-involved shootings and police misconduct allegations, a proposal that does not include key elements some say would increase transparency and promote public trust of a department that has long been plagued by a reputation for misconduct and brutality.

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