Hero Kid, 4, Calls 9-1-1 When Her Mother Has Asthma AttackThe Chicago Police Department on Wednesday honored 4-year-old Aria Koval with an honorary commendation.
Bill Giving Repeat Gun Offenders Stiffer Sentences Advances To SenateA bill doubling jail time for repeat gun offenders advanced to the Illinois Senate floor after Supt. Eddie Johnson pleaded to lawmakers.
Journalist Suing CPD For Refusing To Release McDonald RecordsJournalist Jamie Kalven is suing the Chicago Police Department for refusing to release records about the alleged cover-up of Officer Jason Van Dyke’s killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Man Shot To Death In North LawndaleThe man, 23, was sitting in a parked minivan in the 1300 block of South Kedzie when someone in a silver car drove by and opened fire.
Chicago Mayor: All 911 Dispatchers Trained In Mental Health AwarenessDispatchers completed an 8-hour training course to help them identify 911 calls that warrant a crisis-intervention trained officer.
CPD: 81 Arrests Made In Overnight Raids, 12 Weapons SeizedIt's a familiar story, and once again, Superintendent Eddie Johnson was pleading for help, asking lawmakers to stiffen penalties for repeat gun offenders. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Anita Alvarez Speaks On Chicago DOJ Report, Prosecuting Police, GunsFormer Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez discusses the Rekia Boyd case and her record on prosecuting police brutality.
Police Board Votes To Fire CPD OfficerThe board voted 8-0 to dismiss Officer Francisco Perez, who fired 16 shots at the wrong car after witnessing a drive-by shooting in 2011.
No Charges Against Officer In Deadly Shooting Of LeGrier, JonesA Chicago police officer will not face criminal charges in the deadly shooting of Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones.
Chicago Police Use New Technology With Hope To Reduce ViolenceIn the 7th (Englewood) and 11th (Harrison) Districts on the South and West Sides, police now staff Strategic Decision Support Centers or “hunch centers” for short.
Supt. Johnson's Fiancee Faces Investigation Into Possible Ticket-FixingChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson asked investigators to determine whether Fenner inappropriately intervened in her son's traffic offense.
‘Troubling’ Delays In Reporting Chicago Police ShootingsInvestigators say the Chicago Police Department routinely delays reporting police-involved shootings longer than it should, waiting about half an hour on average to tell the city’s Independent Police Review Authority about shootings by officers last year.

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