Rochester Mayor Promises Police Reform In Wake Of Death Of Chicago Man Daniel PrudeRochester Mayor Lovely Warren promised reforms are coming to the city's police department as community elders sought to bring calmer minds to a fifth night of demonstrations Sunday over the March death of Daniel Prude, a Black man from Chicago who lost consciousness after police in Rochester held him down with a hood over his head.
Freelance Journalist On Capturing Images Of Kenosha Shooting: 'I Have A Job To Do, To Tell The Story That's Going On'Some of the clearest pictures of what happened overnight Tuesday in Kenosha come from a freelance photojournalist, a veteran of 30 year on the streets.
Protesters March Again Demanding Defunding Of PoliceThe first in a series of protests against police are under way in Chicago on Saturday.
Threat Of More Looting Leads To Concerns Of Downtown Chicago ExodusThe city's second ward alderman said he knows many people are on the edge and poised to leave, but it wouldn't mean just empty units or storefronts. A mass exodus could gut Chicago's tax base, causing a citywide ripple effect.
CPD Supt. Brown On Weekend Protests: We Will Not Stand By When People Break The Law"Chicago is full of people that want to bring peace to our streets. All the evidence can be seen in the response to the pictures and videos posted on our website of offenders wanted in the connection to the looting that took place last week."
Chicago Police Release Video Showing Moment They Say Sparked Violence During ProtestsSunday morning the Chicago Police Department tweeted a video they say shows the moment that sparked violence between protesters and police Saturday evening. 
Chicago Police To Add Body Cameras To Weekend Protest ResponseChicago police are adding body cameras to their response plan for this weekend's protests.
Shooting That Wounded 3 Officers Comes Amid Difficult Couple Of Months For Chicago PoliceA shooting that left three officers wounded outside the Grand Central District police station Thursday came amid a very challenging and difficult past couple of months for Chicago Police.
July 4th, 2020 In Chicago: Patriotism, Protests, And An Ongoing PandemicLife as we know it has changed greatly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and of course, holidays are no exception.
U.S. Supreme Court Won't Hear Abortion Clinic 'Buffer Zone' Cases From Chicago, HarrisburgThe Supreme Court on Thursday turned away pleas from anti-abortion activists to make it easier for them to protest outside clinics, declining to wade back into the abortion debate just days after striking down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics.
Foxx Won't Prosecute Hundreds Of Demonstrators For Non-Violent OffensesCook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx said her office won't prosecute non-violent offenses including unlawful gathering, trespassing, disorderly conduct and curfew violations.