U.S. Attorney Says More Staff, Resources On Chicago ViolenceJohn Lausch, who was appointed by President Donald Trump nearly a year ago, told reporters at the U.S. attorney's office for northern Illinois that more Chicago federal prosecutors are dedicated to violent-crime cases than ever.
Student Eulogized After Being Killed While Attending A VigilMany of the students arrived in tears. But after it started and memories were shared, the crying gave way to smiles and laughter.
'A' Student Is The Latest Victim Of Chicago's Gun Violence"He wanted to go to a historically black college. He wanted to major in education he wanted to be the change we're looking for in this community."
Man Killed In Jackson Park ShootingA 39-year-old man was killed in an overnight shooting in Chicago's Jackson Park neighborhood, while a 36-year-old man who was also shot remains hospitalized in serious condition.
Extra Officers Out In Force For The Holiday WeekendThe state's top prosecutor rode along with the Chicago Police Superintended Eddie Johnson to try to get a sense of what is fueling the violence on the city's streets.
Labor Day Protest Planned On The Kennedy ExpresswayThe Reverend Gregory Livingston, who organized a shutdown of Lake Shore Drive last month, plans to lead the march.
Lyft Passenger Killed By Gunfire In Back Of The Yards NeighborhoodA 27-year-old woman had just gotten into her Lyft around 11:30 p.m. when someone suddenly fired.
Chicago Cemeteries Are Another Site For Victims Of ViolenceThere are multiple open plots in one small area, ready for the coffins.
Chicago's Bloodiest Weekend Sees First ArrestChicago police on Thursday announced the first arrest in connection with Chicago's most violent weekend of the year.
Chicago's High Unsolved Murder Rate Worsened By Uncooperative CommunitiesChicago's crime problem is made worse when murders like the wave that gripped Chicago last weekend go unsolved.
Chicago Neighborhoods Under Siege: 12 Dead In Shocking Gun Violence; 'Our Souls Are Burdened,' Says Mayor EmanuelThe shootings that gripped Chicago over the weekend were shocking, even by Chicago’s standards.
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