An officer found the 34-year-old arrestee unresponsive in a cell at the police station at 3151 W. Harrison St. about 8:10 a.m., police said.
A man was shot three times in the back Wednesday night about three blocks away from a police station on the West Side.
A Chicago police officer is facing a number of felony charges after allegedly having sex with a prisoner he promised to release from a lockup.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Thursday the Police Department is prepared to expand its anti-gang strategies, after early efforts in two neighborhoods have shown dramatic results.
A Chicago Police officer has been relieved of his powers and is off the streets, amid allegations that he requested sexual favors from someone being held in a district lockup.
Police were searching for a 15-year-old drug suspect who they say managed a great escape from his handcuffs – and out of the District 11 police station.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and police Supt. Garry McCarthy on Friday announced partnerships with federal law enforcement to reduce violent crime in police districts on the South and West sides.
Police First Deputy Supt. Al Wysinger is talking about plans to cut crime in the struggling Englewood and Harrison districts. But Wysinger says simply hiring more police officers is not the answer.
Police Supt. Garry McCarthy is calling on people who live in high-crime areas to help keep their streets safe.
The mother of a teenage boy who died in police custody has filed a lawsuit against the city and the police officers involved.
Police are talking to a person of interest, after two young Chicago Police officers were shot and wounded on the city’s West Side.
An autopsy has been deemed inconclusive for a 17-year-old boy who died in police custody, after being arrested for possession of heroin on the city’s West Side.
Scores of police squad cars were among the many vehicles damaged Thursday night due to the hailstorm that swept through.
A sewer problem in the West Side’s Harrison District police station caused a messy situation early Thursday.
Nearly 200 gang members belonging to what the Chicago Police Department calls the most violent gang faction in the West Side’s Harrison District have been arrested as part of the department’s effort to crack down on gangs that are responsible for homicides, police Superintendent Jody P. Weis announced on Sunday.