Report: Northwestern Rower Who Drowned In April Couldn't SwimAn Illinois State Police report said 19-year-old Mohammed Ramzan told a teammate he could not swim days before he drowned.
Feds To Issue Critical Report On Chicago Police Friday: APThe Justice Department report on Chicago police will conclude the department displayed a pattern and practice of violating residents' constitutional rights, a source tells the Associated Press.
Officers Heard Shot That Killed Fox Lake Officer: Police ReportAlso, the responding officer turned off his dashboard camera before arriving to help Fox Lake Police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz. CBS 2's Brad Edwards examines the police report.
Report: County Animal-Control Officers Are Paid For Commuting To, From HomeThe Inspector General's 15-page report also refers to Cook County's animal control unit as "efficiently operated," but says there is an "over-reliance on euthanasia."
New Report Details Urban Flooding Problems In IllinoisUrban flooding in Illinois is most common in older parts of towns and has been made worse by urbanization and changes in climate, according to a new state report.
Chicagoans Are Safer Than They Think, Claims Index Of The World's Safest CitiesAccording to this, Chicagoans are safer than they think. Do the numbers have you convinced?
Investigators: Police Officers Justified In Fatal Shooting Of Elderly ManThe Lake County Major Crimes Task Force has determined police officers in Lake Station, Indiana, were justified when they shot and killed an elderly man who pointed a shotgun at them, and a report sheds some light on what appeared to have been a “suicide by cop.”
Emanuel Joins Other Big-City Mayors To Discuss Plight Of Poor ResidentsThe gap between the nation's richest and poorest had increased dramatically, big-city mayors said in a report issued this week.
Environmentalists Urge Congress To Strengthen Clean Water ActEnvironment Illinois campaign director Lisa Nikodem said the group's "Wasting Our Waterways" report reveals there’s a lot of work to be done to prevent pollution of waterways that feed into Lake Michigan.
Union Accuses CPS Of 'Hollow Promises' On School ClosingsA year after the Chicago Board of Education voted to close 50 public schools, the Chicago Teachers Union accused the district of breaking promises to use the money saved by the closures to make improvements at so-called welcoming schools.
Report: Segregation Returning To SchoolsIt has been has been 60 years since the landmark U.S. Supreme Court “Brown vs. Board of Education” ruling barring state-sponsored segregation of schools, but segregation has returned in many places, including Chicago.
Report Critical Of Cook County Pretrial ServicesA new report says staff shortages and other problems have undermined the office that helps Cook County judges decide if a suspect should remain in jail pending trial.