Metra Train Hits Chicago Police Car In Melrose ParkPolice and Metra officials said an outbound Milwaukee District West Line train hit the officer's unmarked car in the 7700 block of West Grand Avenue around 5:10 p.m.
CPD's 'Carve With A Cop' Brings Children, Officers TogetherThere were lots of colorful designs, and officers said they had as much – if not more – fun than the kids.
Anjanette Young Wants Inspector General Report About Her 2019 Made PublicAnjanette young says she was terrorized and humiliated by the very people who are paid to protect and serve.
Bureau Of Internal Affairs Report Hundreds of Complaints Filed Against Chicago Police In 2020Close to 100 of those complaints were verified, according to the report, ranging anywhere from conduct unbecoming of an officer to alcohol and drug abuse.
City Hall, Police Union Return To Court As Fight Over Vaccine Mandate Drags OnThe Chicago Fraternal Order of Police is asking a judge assigned to the case to recuse herself over a past professional relationship with the mayor.
Brian Hall, 25, Charged After Shots Fired At Chicago Police Officer In West Garfield ParkA man has been charged after prosecutors said he fired shots at a Chicago police officer in the West Garfield Park neighborhood.
More Than A Third Of CPD Staff Missed Vaccine Reporting Deadline; City Could Begin Placing Employees On 'No Pay' Status TodayFriday night was the deadline for all city workers to inform the city of their vaccination status, or face the prospect of being placed on “no pay” status.
Chicagoans Worry Vaccine Mandate Standoff Between City Hall And FOP Will Leave Them Less Safe; 'It's Like This Big Macho Thing'“I think they want to make it about them, It ain't about, really, the people. It's like this big macho thing between both parties,” Shulonda Stamps said.
Officer Carlos Yanez Jr. Released From Rehab Facility More Than 2 Months After Being Shot In Line Of DutyHospital staff, police, family, friends and supporters cheered during the officer's emotional release.
Lightfoot Not Backing Down From Vaccine Reporting Deadline For City Workers, Despite Police Union Threatening DefianceThe stare-down between the mayor and the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police is fueling concerns that Chicagoans’ safety might be put at risk.
FOP President Predicts 50% Of CPD Officers Will Stay Home If Mayor Lightfoot Doesn't Back Down From Vaccine Mandate“If you want to send officers home, and risk the safety and security of the citizens of this city, then so be it. It’s not us, it’s you. Our officers want to work,” FOP President John Catanzara said.
ShotSpotter Files $300 Million Defamation Suit Against Vice MediaGunshot detection company ShotSpotter has filed a $300 million lawsuit against Vice Media, claiming the news outlet “grossly misrepresented” the accuracy of its technology.
Latest Report Card On CPD Reforms Calls Out Failures In Anjanette Young Raid, Lack Of Training For School Resource OfficersWhen you read through a court-appointed independent monitor's latest progress report on the Chicago Police Department’s reform efforts, you can see the results of CBS 2’s investigative journalism.
New Report On Chicago Police Consent Decree Shows Some Progress On Reforms, But Still Faults Missed Deadlines And Inaccurate DataWhile CPD only hit 26 of their 51 reform deadlines for the first half of the year, Supt. David Brown said that doesn't mean the work isn't being done.
CBS Chicago Special Report: Why I Carjack; Teens Tell All“If you don’t got a car on there, you can just take the car from people. It looked fun. I wanted to do it.”