Body Found In Burning Car In Pilsen IDed As Demolition Company OwnerJames Gerage, 43, was found dead in a burning vehicle Friday night. His body was found in the back seat of a car found in the 2100 block of South Jefferson Street.
Chicago Police Department To Add Nearly 1,000 Officers Over Next Two YearsThe move would allow the department to fill nearly 470 existing vacancies, and add approximately 500 new officers over current authorized strength.
Body Found Burned In Austin Fire Identified As 15-Year-Old BoyThe body found burned Saturday in an alley in Chicago's Austin neighborhood has been identified Tuesday as a teen boy.
Hazel Crest Doctor Denied Bail After Exposing Himself To A PatientPolice say the doctor told the patient she needed to be aroused for him to do a proper exam.
Willie Wilson To Bail Out Cook County Inmates Who Can’t Afford BondHe’s talking about inmates at the Cook County Jail booked on nonviolent, misdemeanor charges, who don’t have enough money to post bond.
Activists Offering $1K Reward For Tips On Suspect Who Shot, Robbed Man Watering LawnActivists ask anyone with information about the crime to call (800) U-TELLUS, or (800) 883-5587 where you can report it anonymously.
FBI Reexamining Murder Case Of 13-Year-Old Indiana GirlCBS2’s Mai Martinez reports on the renewed effort to solve the case.
CPD Moves To Fire Van Dyke, 4 Other Cops In Laquan McDonald CasePolice Supt. Eddie Johnson has filed administrative charges seeking to fire Officer Jason Van Dyke and four other police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Chicago Cop Opens Her Heart And Home To Young MomWalking into Olive Harvey College as a freshman is a dream come true for Alante Williams, but she knows she didn't get here on her own.
PAWS Chicago Rescues Pets From LouisianaPAWS Chicago arrived Friday with dozens of cats and dogs from local shelters in Louisiana.
2 Found Dead In Double Homicide In Sycamore; No Suspects In Custody A mother and her son were found Monday evening dead in the mother’s Sycamore home.
Top Cop 'Sick And Tired' Of Violence, Wants Help From SpringfieldPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson renewed his call for state lawmakers to help curb gun violence in Chicago, on the heels of another bloody weekend, which included the murder of a police officer’s son.

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