Chicago Police Prepare For New Year's Eve Celebrations New Year’s Eve celebrations are happening across the city on Saturday and Chicago police are already preparing.
Chicago Preparing Security Measures For New Year's Eve Festivities City officials have been working to make sure everyone rings in the new year safely this weekend.
Islamic Mosques Bump Up Security After Trump Won ElectionChicago's Council on American Islamic Relations have been advised to beef up security in mosques after Trump won the presidential election.
Security Tightens Around Wrigley FieldMore than 1,000 law enforcement officials were bused in from Soldier Field and Chicago Police Department headquarters to flank the Friendly Confines.
Chicago Police And OEMC Set Security Plan Ahead Of Home World Series GamesThe first World Series game within the Friendly Confines since 1945 is sure to draw the crowds, and the city said it is prepared.
Chicago's Full Plate This Weekend: Cubs, Marathon, President Obama VisitHave the cops got everything covered? Security officials give an overview. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Extra Security For Bears Game After Attacks In New York, New Jersey, MinnesotaWhile there is no specific threat in Chicago, authorities said they aren’t taking anything for granted in a major city that was once home to President Barack Obama.
O’Hare Finally Gets TSA PreCheck Enrollment CenterOne of the nation’s busiest airports finally has a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center open.
How To Get Through Airport Security As Quickly As PossibleFive tips on getting through the airport security screening process faster and more efficiently
Testing Insecurities: How Testing In The Cloud Can Lead To Severe Vulnerabilities Without The Right PrecautionsSauce Labs VP of Engineering Joe Alfaro stresses the importance of a secure test environment.
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.

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