Body cameras like those tested in Dallas can take the “he said/she said” out of police work. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports.
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine has a behind-the-scenes look at the war on terrorism, Chicago-style.
Johnson: It’s annoying that people constantly scream about year-to-year shooting statistics on every article that decides to use a different stat, and it’s annoying that we (the press) cling to year-to-year changes as if two years can tell our readers everything they need to know. Two years is nothing!
Garry McCarthy, a New York City native, married Chicago personal injury lawyer Kristin Barnette on New Year’s Eve Wednesday.
As of November 30th, Chicago’s homicides are down when compared to last year. Though it looks likely 2014 will see fewer homicides than 2013, there are many factors, including a substantial rise in homicides in November, that could stop that from happening.
Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy says a Chicago police detective at the scene of Tuesday’s standoff didn’t even realize he had been hit until the next day.
Without metal detectors at the entrance of buildings open to the public, there’s no way to keep a gun out, security experts say.
Gang members fear if they back down in confrontations with police, they will face beatings or financial sanctions from gang leaders, Chicago’s top cop says.
Researchers at Roosevelt University spent more than a year studying marijuana arrests across the state, why and where people are arrested and how much it costs.
Chicago Police Superintendent outlined a significant drop in key stats on Wednesday and as Brad Edwards reports, they used one face as a shining example of what’s right.
The crime outraged Mayor Emanuel and his police superintendent, Garry McCarthy, who vowed the department will solve the crime.
You hear about crime and it may seem like it’s getting worse but the number of murders and shootings in Chicago is actually down.
Chicago’s top cop says tougher gun laws would help police curb violence. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
How are Chicago officials handling the fallout? Very carefully, reports CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine.
For months, CBS 2 has asked Chicago police brass to see the guns the department has seized.
Chicago’s top cop seems to bristle at former New York Governor Pataki’s suggestion that Chicago’s Police tactics deserve more attention than New York, where a “stop and frisk” procedure’s been struck down, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Standing before some of the more than 4,000 guns seized by Chicago Police this year, Superintendent Garry McCarthy outlined four cases where men picked up for unlawful use of a weapon later became victims.
Being a police officer just got more dangerous in Chicago. According to information gathered by the Cook County Sheriff’s office, a street gang wants to ambush and kill police officers near 19th and Oakley west of the Loop. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
School officials plan to provide safe passage along the routes from every school that’s closing to every school that’s receiving students as long as it’s needed. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says they think they know what happened, they just need to prove it.