Donald Trump: Chicago Could Stop Violence 'In One Week'Citing a discussion with an anonymous top cop, Donald Trump believes tougher tactics could end Chicago violence in on week...
Chicago Leaders Grateful Unrest Here Hasn’t Reached Milwaukee LevelsChicago has had it's share of police shootings and protests, yet the city hasn’t seen the same level of civil disobedience as what took place in Milwaukee.
19-Year-Old Son Of Chicago Police Officer Killed On South SideFamily members say Arshell “Trey” Dennis III came to Chicago to visit his mother, and was preparing to return to college.
Carjacker Armed With Assault Rifle Strikes 3 Times In 8 HoursChicago Police are searching for a man who brandished an assault rifle while hijacking three separate vehicles Saturday on the Northwest Side.
18-Year-Old Man Shot On Bishop Ford On Far South Side An 18-year-old man was shot while riding in a vehicle early Sunday on the Bishop Ford Expressway on the Far South Side.
Police: 8 Killed, 26 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across ChicagoEight people were killed and at least 26 more have been wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday night.
Young Chicago Shooting Victim Doing Well After Surgery, Family SaysA 6-year-old girl who was shot in the head while playing outside with friends Thursday (Aug. 11) has been released from surgery.
Chicago Police Frustrated Over Continuing Gun ViolenceEight people were killed and 52 were wounded in shootings over the weekend in Chicago. It’s the third time this year shootings have reached 60 in one weekend.
Week Of Snowballing National Violence Taking A Toll On Us: ExpertWithin days, we've all been exposed to three different tragic events, from the police-involved shootings in Baton Rouge, La. and Falcon Heights, Minn. to the massive shooting of police officers in Dallas.
Chicago, State Police Promise To Be Out In Force This Holiday WeekendTheir assurances come amid an alarming spike in expressway shootings. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Englewood Students Praise AmeriCorps City Year Workers During Visit By Senator Dick DurbinStudents at a high school in the Englewood neighborhood told Senator Dick Durbin today how much help they get in life and school from AmeriCorps City Year service workers.
CPD: Murders, Shootings Up 11 Percent In 2015In a year that put a national spotlight on Chicago and its handling of police-involved shootings, the city saw a rise in gun violence, according to crime statistics released Friday.