Security

Chi-Town Rising Organizers Confident In Security For Chicago's Big New Year's PartyWith Chicago preparing for its first major outdoor New Year’s celebration, safety remains a constant concern in the face of terror threats against other major cities.
2016 Pride Parade Plans Fewer Floats, More SecurityIn the parade’s annual application to the city, organizers reduced the number of entries — which includes marching groups and vehicles, as well as floats — from 200 to 150, according to Richard Pfeiffer, the parade’s coordinator.
Increased Security At Soldier Field For Bears GameSunday is the first time since the massacre we see what that looks like for a Bears game.
Chicago Beefs Up Security For Big Weekend
Mass Transit Agencies Step Up Security After Paris Terror AttacksPassengers might notice extra security when boarding the train during the morning commute on Monday.
Cameras, Microchips, Sensors Help Ensure Safety At Chicago MarathonHow do you plan for 45,000 runners and 1.7 million spectators at Sunday’s Bank of America Chicago Marathon? It starts months in advance, with the help of lots of people and technology.
More Security At Barrington High School After Ex-Student Arrested For ThreatsFormer Barrington student Tyler Bosworth, 18, allegedly posted a message on Snapchat on Sept. 6, threatening to use guns and knives to kill people at the school on Wednesday, according to police.
Area Theater Beefs Up Security Following Louisiana ShootingMichael Moore, co-owner of Hollywood Boulevard Cinema in Woodridge, says he wants to make sure his customers feel secure.
Chicago Cops To Guard Military Recruitment Sites After Deadly Chattanooga ShootingPolice Supt. Garry McCarthy has ordered officers to provide security at all military recruiting sites in the city, after a gunman killed four Marines at a recruitment center in Tennessee on Thursday.
Police, Business Owners Getting Ready For Rowdy Crowds If Blackhawks Win Stanley CupWith the Blackhawks on the cusp of clinching the Stanley Cup on home ice for the first time since 1938, Chicago business owners and the Chicago Police Department have been taking steps to prepare for championship celebrations on the city streets.
McCarthy: Expect Beefed-Up Security At Game Three Of Stanley CupChicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy says his department is always conscious of the potential for terrorism. There are no specific threats to Chicago or the Stanley Cup series, he said.
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