Essay Question For Chicago Police Supt. Candidates: 'What Does Accountability Mean?'CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports on what officials will be looking for in a new top cop.
Chicago's New Top Cop: 'I Understand Why People Are Upset'Interim Police Supt. John Escalante talks with CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot about the Laquan McDonald controversy.
Commentary: McCarthy's Firing Doesn't Even Begin To Fix Chicago's ProblemsChange won’t come from the the Mayor’s Office. Change will come from Chicago’s citizens, and the Mayor will be lucky if he's allowed to help.
McCarthy Says His Hands Were Tied In Laquan McDonald CaseChicago's top cop talks with CBS 2's Mai Martinez about the first time he viewed the videotaped shooting death that spurred criminal charges against one of his officers.
Opinion: Decades Of Complaints Against Chicago Cops Are On The Verge Of Being DestroyedThe city and the police union are duking it out in court over decades of police complaint data...
Chicago Superintendent Prepares Students For SuccessDr. Art Fessler, superintendent of schools in Arlington Heights CCSD 59, shares his insights and knowledge of over seeing a public school district in Illinois.
McCarthy On City Relationship With CeaseFire: What The Mayor Says GoesThe police superintendent previously faulted CeaseFire for bypassing the police as it negotiated truces.
Lincolnwood School Officials Quit Amid Spending ControversyOne week after voters in north suburban Lincolnwood District 74 overwhelmingly rejected a referendum to finance construction of a new school building, its two top leaders are out.
It's Official: McCarthy Sworn In As Police SuperintendentAlthough he has served the last several weeks as Chicago's top cop, Garry McCarthy took the formal oath Friday as former superintendents looked on.
Controversy-Ridden County Highway Supt. To Step DownThe superintendent of Cook County’s Highway Department, Rupert Graham, is stepping down.
Deadline Arrives For Police Supt. ApplicationsToday is the deadline for applications for the job of Chicago Police superintendent.
Quinn's School Consolidation Plan Finding Little SupportThe ideas of saving state money by combining school districts and eliminating the regional offices of education seem to be on their way to the recycle bin, maybe in the section marked “Easier Said than Done.”