Thieves Break Into Several ATMs Overnight In Sauganash, Skokie, LincolnwoodIn each case, thieves tried to pry open or haul away an ATM from a bank, but it's unclear if they got any cash.
CPD Officers 'Sustained Minor Injuries' After Scuffle At Roberto Clemente Community Academy, 4 Teens Taken Into CustodyPolice said four teens were taken into custody. Charges are pending.
CTA's Red Purple Bypass Is Now Open, Ready For RidersThe bypass is part of the $2.1 billion Red and Purple modernization project.
No Bail For Two Men Charged With Killing 3, Including Armored Car Guard And Two Accomplices, During 'Murderous Spree' On South SideAntwon Montgomery, 19, and Deandre Jennings, 21, have both face multiple felony charges in connection with the crime spree that stretched from West Chatham to Grand Crossing to South Chicago.
Temps In Chicago Are Dropping, But Outdoor Dining Tents Are Going Up And 'Here To Stay'"If I look at the reservation book, some people still want to separate from other people."
Invest South/West Announces $126 Million In New Projects In Humboldt Park And South ShoreThe city’s INVEST South/West program, an initiative to stimulate development in disadvantaged neighborhoods, is celebrating its second anniversary.
Person Shot And Killed On Inbound Stevenson Expressway Near Dan RyanIllinois State Police said the shooting happened around 5:40 a.m. on the inbound Stevenson Expressway near the Dan Ryan interchange.
South Side Residents Hope Red Line Extension Will Bring 'Activity And Hopefully Development'"We are very confident will be able to get funding sources needed to see this project become a reality."
Chicago Bars That Allow Pets No Longer Need To Fear Health Code Violations After City Council Clarifies RulesAld. Brenan Reilly (42nd) sponsored the measure to rewrite city rules that currently prohibit animals in “any store, meat market, bakery, or other place where foodstuffs are sold or on display,” after fielding complaints that some health inspectors interpreted that ban to apply to bars, because they use garnishes like lemons and limes for drinks.
Lightfoot Says Interim COPA Chief Should Apologize For Controversy Over Officer Ella French's Inclusion In Report On Botched Anjanette Young RaidLightfoot last week said it was “the height of tone deafness” for COPA's report on the botched raid of Anjanette Young's home to include a recommendation that Officer French be suspended for three days -- even though the report was prepared before French was killed in the line of duty.
City Council Approves $3 Million In Settlements For Police Misconduct LawsuitsThe City Council has approved $3 million in settlements to resolve a handful of lawsuits accusing Chicago Police officers of misconduct, including a case involving a high-speed police that led to a woman’s death in 2018.
Union President John Catanzara Retires From Chicago Police Department, Avoiding Potential Firing Over Disciplinary Charges
Aldermen Furious Over Lightfoot's Pick To Lead COPA, After Agency Recommended Suspension For Slain CPD Officer Ella FrenchMayor Lori Lightfoot has tapped the interim leader of Chicago’s police watchdog agency for the permanent job, despite a letter from 20 aldermen who say they are “vehemently opposed” to the appointment over a recent disciplinary report that recommended fallen Officer Ella French be suspended.
Arkansas Added Back To Chicago Travel Advisory; Alabama, Mississippi, And Tennessee Removed From ListThe city’s COVID-19 travel advisory list includes every U.S. state and territory except: Alabama, Connecticut, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and the Virgin Islands.
Armored Car Security Guard Lashonda Hearts Killed, Partner Wounded During Robbery While Loading ATM In West ChathamPolice said the guards were loading an ATM on the 200 block of West 83rd Street around 10:20 a.m., when a group of two to four men dressed in black and wearing masks came up and demanded the cash, and shot both security guards.