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Fr. Pfleger: Cop Issues Parking Tickets To St. Sabina Parishioners During ServicesFather Michael Pfleger says a Chicago Police officer issued parking tickets to his parishioners during services at Saint Sabina this weekend.
Dozens Voice Concerns At First Forum On Police Accountability Task ForceFewer than 100 people turned out for the first of four meetings of the Mayor's Task Force on Police Accountability.
Two Chicago Police Officers Pull Man From Burning CarOfficers Ricardo Gallegos and Szymon Hypta were on a routine patrol near 79th and Escanaba when they noticed some sparks coming from underneath a parked car.
Alderman: Lincoln Park Scare Over Shots Fired Was Couple 'Testing' Gun On RooftopChicago Police are investigating a report of shots fired from a rooftop of a building in the Lincoln Park neighborhood Sunday afternoon.
Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man In Response To Calls Of Home InvasionChicago Police shot and killed a man early Sunday morning in West Englewood after they say he fired at them, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
Chicago Police Exchange Gunfire With Suspect In West RidgeA Chicago Police officer fired at least one shot at a suspect who opened fire early Sunday in the North Side West Ridge neighborhood.
Chicago Police Officer In Fatal Shooting Of Quintonio LeGrier, Bettie Jones To File Suit Against Teen’s EstateThe Chicago Police officer accused of killing 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier is suing the teen’s estate.
With Application Deadline Approaching, Chicago Police Push For Recruits To Increase Diversity The deadline to apply for the Chicago Police Department is right around the corner, yet the very people the police are trying to attract are not exactly lining up for the jobs.
IPRA Releases 911 Calls Made By Quintonio LeGrier On Morning He Was Fatally Shot By Chicago Police OfficerThe Independent Police Review Authority has released tapes of three 911 calls made by Quintonio LeGrier asking for help before he was shot and killed by a Chicago Police officer.
Chicago Police Hold Outdoor Roll Call On South SideCPD held an outdoor roll call on the city's South Side in support of the officers and community Sunday afternoon, reports WBBM'S Mariam Sobh.
Family Urges Chicago Police To Search Lagoon For Missing Roseland ManThe family of Iaron Brooks is upset that police haven't searched the lagoon at 78th and Normal.
State Bill Would Limit Police Use Of Stingray Cell Phone Tracking UnitA bill has been filed in Springfield that would limit the ways police could use so-called Stingray cell phone technology, reports WBBM's Bob Roberts.

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