A suspect is due in court Wednesday, more than a year after the murder of Chicago Police Officer Michael Bailey.
A year after the murder of Chicago Police Officer Michael Bailey, no one has been formally charged with his death. But as CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports, at a memorial service on Monday, there was reason for hope.
Next fall, Northwestern University won’t offer a human-sexuality class that generated controversy in February after some students witnessed a live sex-toy demonstration.
Four more names have been added to the police memorial at the Chicago headquarters of the Fraternal Order of Police–the names of officers who died in the line of duty in the past 12 months.
The Fraternal Order of Police today held a memorial to honor four Chicago Police officers who have died in the line of duty within the last year.
A couple thousand police officers and their families turned out at the Gold Star Families Memorial and Park – just east of Soldier Field – in the annual St. Jude march.
In a ceremony filled with pain and pride, a slain Chicago police officer’s star was put in a place of honor.
He was one of five Chicago officers murdered last year and his case remains unsolved. Officer Michael Bailey was shot dead in front of his Park Manor home. What’s worse, some of his family members watched him die. Bailey’s daughters spoke with CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman about what hurts them most.