Accused Cop Killer Jackie Wilson Granted Release Ahead Of New TrialA week after 57-year-old Jackie Wilson was granted new trial in the murders of two Chicago police officers in 1982, a Cook County judge ordered him released on his own recognizance.
Bond Hearing Set For Man Given New Trial In Police Officers' DeathsA Cook County judge rejected the request of a special prosecutor to delay Thursday's hearing for Jackie Wilson.
230 New Officers Graduate From Chicago Police AcademyIt’s graduation day for the latest group of Chicago Police Department recruits, who celebrated their graduation Tuesday morning at Navy Pier.
Chicago Police To Protest At City Hall WednesdayCity Hall is expected to be brimming with unhappy Chicago Police officers Wednesday who plan to show up for the “Blue Wednesday” protest.
CPD Sergeant Critically Injured Helping Save Disabled Woman From FireA Chicago police sergeant was in critical condition Wednesday morning, after suffering smoke inhalation injuries while trying to rescue a disabled woman who also was severely injured in a house fire in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Two Police Officers, Woman In Wheelchair Injured In South Chicago FireTwo Chicago police sergeants rescued a woman, and firefighters rescued her daughter, who uses a wheelchair, from a house fire in the South Chicago neighborhood early Wednesday. One of the sergeants was critically injured.
Fallen Chicago Police Officers Honored At Gold Star Memorial ParkChicagoans can publicly pay their respects to fallen Chicago Police Officers at a new memorial at Gold Star Memorial Park.
Police Officers Suffer Smoke Inhalation After Lakeview FireThe officers responded to a fire about 10:15 p.m. Monday in the 3800 block of North Fremont, according to Chicago Police.
Sources: Feds Question 6 Cops Over Stolen Drugs, CashSix Chicago police officers were being questioned by federal investigators for allegedly stealing money and drugs from drug dealers, sources have confirmed to CBS Chicago.
Cops Who Ran Into Fire Had To Answer To Wives; 'She Said I Was Crazy'Four Chicago police officers were hailed as heroes for helping rescue a family from an "intense" fire early Monday, but in the eyes of their wives, they were "crazy to run in a burning building."
Four Chicago Police Officers Rescue Family From East Garfield Park FireShortly after midnight, the officers were on patrol in the 3900 block of West Congress Parkway, when they saw a two-story brownstone on fire.
2 CPD Officers Seriously Injured In West Englewood CrashThe crash happened about 8:30 p.m. near 67th Street and Marshfield Avenue, according to tweets from the Chicago Fire Department.