A Chicago police officer shot and killed a dog in the Little Village neighborhood after it attacked an elderly woman and another officer Tuesday night.
The fiber glass horse statue features images of the ivy of Wrigley Field, the LGBT pride rainbow, Belmont Harbor and many others.
Hundreds of motorcycle riders came out Sunday morning for the 11th annual Ride to Remember honoring fallen Chicago police officers, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.
One victim, a man suffered a broken jaw. The other victim, a woman, was knocked unconscious, police say.
A dream came true today for a little boy who always wanted to be a police officer.
Lorenzo Davis is a former supervising investigator for the board. He says he was fired eleven days ago for refusing to change his findings on six shootings.
It was a hot summer Friday afternoon and neighbors were hanging out on their porches, gabbing about the weekend’s block party, when gunfire suddenly erupted.
Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for Superintendent Garry McCarthy, said the move was made Thursday out of an abundance of caution.
Police Tuesday staged a show of force and cooperation on the city’s northern border.
Richard Davis III, 18, drove a vehicle across a sports field in the 1800 block of East 76th Street about 5:25 p.m. Wednesday, striking the victim in the process, according to a statement from Chicago Police.
Police are preparing for a busy holiday weekend, and they will be working longer hours to prevent violence and ensure a safe celebration.
Chicago police say they’ve broken up a massive heroin ring on the city’s West Side.
The video shows the officer firing at the car as it was backing away during a traffic stop in December 2013. Two of the teens were hurt.
Michael Smith says seeing his then-19-year-old son Michael Spann-Smith paraded as a hunting trophy is an outrage.
The Fraternal Order of Police filed an unfair labor practice charge Tuesday.
Three Chicago police officers were injured in an accident involving a squad car on the West Side Tuesday evening, police said
The individual was taken into custody about a block away from where Maria Herrera, 48, and her son, 22-year-old Carlos, were found dead Thursday on the Southwest Side.
No question: Bullet proof vests save lives and one Chicago police officer’s story, is a true testament to that.
Mayor Emanuel says “good riddance” to a police officer who was fired last year – more than 10 years after a photo was taken of two officers with rifles and an African American man lying on the floor wearing antlers.
Authorities reportedly were able to zero in on the suspect through a GPS device that had been placed in a bag of money he took from First American Bank, 33 W. Monroe.