A Chicago Police detective and Cook County prosecutor testified Thursday that off-duty police officer Dante Servin told them he opened fire toward a group of West Side partygoers because he saw a gun pointed at him.
Although most Chicago Parks don’t provide grills, almost all of them allow you to bring your own portable grill to their picnic areas, including these three.
Police did not know the man’s exact age, only saying he was an adult. Area Central detectives are conducting a death investigation.
Janice Prince, 49, of the 7900 block of South Hermitage Avenue, was found with signs of trauma to the head in Douglas Park.
A woman was found dead in a West Side park Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
A sharp-eyed 16-year-old birdwatcher has spotted a bedraggled visitor, who has migrated about 7,000 miles from home.
Some promising news about jobs in the Chicago area: a new survey of 300 local companies has found nearly half of them plan to hire more workers over the next few months. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov has more on what one beer company has on tap. It’s news many will be toasting.
A man was so upset that a family friend snitched about his connection to a robbery that he shot her in the head as she drove on the West Side, causing injuries that led to her death a week later, prosecutors allege.
Two buildings went up in flames on the overnight in the North Lawndale neighborhood near Douglas Park.