Lakeview Residents Sound Off About Crime On CTA, Say Police Seem ScarceEach weekday, 1.5 million people use the Chicago Transit Authority. But lately, a rash of violent crime on CTA trains has robbed some commuters of their sense of security.
Lakeview Residents Expected To Turn Out For CPD Community Meeting About Crime On CTA Train LinesSeveral residents of the Lakeview community are pushing to get a big crowd at a Chicago Police community meeting Wednesday night.
With 'Positive Loitering,' Residents Gather To Send Messages To CriminalsEach time they pick a different location where a business owner or neighbor has complained about a problem. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker continues her series on efforts to end violence in Chicago.
Police To Use Twitter, Texting To Communicate With ResidentsChicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy will be unveiling some technological additions designed to improve the department's communication with the community.
Mayor Revamps CAPS, Giving Police Districts More ControlPolice districts are now taking more control of what once was a thriving community policing program in the city, known as CAPS.
South Elgin Firm Makes Everything From Soda Fountain Valves To Door LocksYou can't buy a cup of Coca-Cola from a soda fountain without it passing through a Hoffer valve made in South Elgin.