Chicago Murders And Shootings On The Decline In First Two Months Of 2019New Chicago crime numbers show a steep plunge in violent crime so far this year.
Police Give Update On Case Of Girls Murdered Two Years AgoIt's been two years since 13-year-old Abigail Williams and 14-year-old Liberty German were murdered in Northwest Indiana.
January Murders Reach 9-Year Low In Chicago; Fewest Robberies And Burglaries In 20 YearsChicago police said crime was down big time last month, with only 20 murders in January, the lowest total for the month since 2010.
Travel Advisory Issued After 8 Bodies Found In CancunThe U.S. Department Of State has issued a level two travel advisory after eight bodies were found in the resort city of Cancun.
A Look Back On The Brown's Chicken Massacre - 25 Years AgoMonday marks the 20th anniversary of the most notorious massacres: the Brown’s Chicken Massacre.
Chicago Police: Murders, Shootings Down For 9th Straight MonthFor the ninth-straight month this year, Chicago saw a reduction in gun violence in November, the police department announced early Friday.
Colorado Arrest May Be Break In Delphi, Ind. MurdersAn Indiana sex offender detained this week in Denver could be linked with the murder of two girls in February.
Expanded Resources Helped Keep Shootings Down Memorial Day WeekendTargeted enforcement, raids and hundreds of additional police officers patrolling the city all played a role in the plan to keep violence down in Chicago this Memorial Day weekend.
Murders Up In April, But Shootings Down Overall This YearAccording to the Chicago Police Department, shootings were down 13% for the first four months of the year, compared to the same time in 2016
Johnson Sees "Room For Optimism" In CPD February Crime DataWhile murders and shootings through February in Chicago saw only a slight decline from last year, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said there was reason for optimism in the city’s two most violent police districts.
November Ends As Third Deadliest Month In 2016 In ChicagoCrime statistics released by the Chicago Police Department on Thursday showed November was the third deadliest month of the year, with the city on pace to have the highest number of murders in nearly 20 years.