Mayor Lori Lightfoot Bringing In Retired Judge To Investigate Anjanette Young CaseMayor Lori Lightfoot has asked former federal judge Ann Claire Williams to launch an outside investigation of the wrong raid of Anjanette Young's home, when officers handcuffed her while she was naked, and the city's handling of the fallout.
LIVE UPDATES: Aldermen Grill CPD Officials On Search Warrant Policies Amid Fallout From Wrong Raid Of Anjanette Young's HomeSeveral aldermen had invited Lightfoot to personally appear at Tuesday's hearing, but she has said she won't attend, saying "I think the aldermen have it covered."
Chicago City Council Black Caucus Resolution Calls To Abolish Warrants Based On Information From Paid Informants, Following CBS 2 InvestigationThe resolution will include abolishing warrants based only on information from paid informants and changing the city's police on the release of video footage.
CPD Officers Involved In Wrong Raid Of Anjanette Young's Home Placed On Desk DutyThe mayor said the officers were removed from the street at the direction of Chicago Police Supt. David Brown, amid a COPA investigation that has dragged on for more than a year.
Chicago's Top Lawyer, Mark Flessner, Resigns After CBS 2 Investigation Exposing Wrong Raid Of Anjanette Young's HomeChicago's top lawyer, Mark Flessner, has resigned over the Anjanette Young wrong raid scandal, first brought to light by a CBS 2 investigation.
What Happened To Anjanette Young Isn't New; Here Are Some Of The Faces Of CPD Wrong RaidsCBS 2 reported on Anjanette Young's case before, but the video, and the city's failed legal attempt to stop the station from airing it on Monday, created a national backlash against the city and Mayor Lightfoot.
Lightfoot Sidesteps Questions About Why City Lawyers Tried to Keep Disturbing Body Camera Video SecretMayor Lori Lightfoot sidestepped questions Tuesday about why city lawyers tried to block a CBS 2 story from airing disturbing video that shows how police treated an innocent woman during a bad raid.
CBS 2 Investigators: A Look At The COVID-19 Hot Spots In Chicago's African American CommunitiesAuburn Gresham, Chatham and Austin neighborhoods, all identified as hot spots, have also seen increases. A common thread among those who died: where they work.
COVID-19 Vaccine: Cook County Health Argues Detainees Should Be Prioritized To Receive VaccineAfter health care workers and those in nursing homes, many are asking who should get the COVID-19 vaccine next. One controversial population on the table is people behind bars.
'It's Going To Keep Getting Worse': Lawmaker Concerned About Spike In Chicago Carjackings During PandemicChicago has seen a massive spike in carjackings during the pandemic. That may be because the pandemic has changed the opportunities for crime.
More Research Needed On When Kids And COVID Vaccine; 'She Would Have A Barrier To Keep Herself Safe'"Children can be very sick with this illness."
Chicago Police Raids Rarely Turn Up Drugs. So Why Do Judges Keep Signing Off On Bad Search Warrants?
COVID-19 Vaccine: Illinois, Indiana Prepare For Distribution ChallengeLate Friday President Donald Trump said the Pfizer vaccine to fight COVID-19 would ship in a matter of weeks, going to vulnerable populations first.
CBS 2 Investigators: Wait Times Keep Getting Longer For FOID Cards In Illinois"No one would wait 160 days for the Comcast guy to come to your house."
CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker Shows How She Protected Her Credit When She Became A Victim Of FraudCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker has covered all kinds of consumer scams over the years, but now she has become a victim of fraud.