Marchers Hope 2016 Will Be Less Violent In ChicagoParticipants say they hope the pace of killing slows in the weeks and months to come.
Activists March On Magnificent Mile To Protest Laquan McDonald ShootingActivists shut down part of Michigan Avenue on Black Friday, and planned to march to Water Tower Place, to protest the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Spike Lee Film "Chi-Raq" Premiering In ChicagoThe movie opens nationwide December 4.
Community Leaders Call For Peace When Police Release Video Of Suspect's DeathFather Michael Pfleger says disturbances would ultimately undermine the goal of activists seeking social change.
Comcast Cancels Six Appointments On South Side Due To ViolenceComplaints about cable companies are legendary, but an online rant against Comcast on Wednesday got a response, and revealed a little more about the company’s practices.
Fears Surrounding Tyshawn Lee Funeral Prompt Excused Absences At St. Sabina SchoolIt was a powerful scene inside St. Sabina Church to say goodbye to a boy killed in an alley.
Mourners Bid Farewell To 9-Year-Old Murder Victim Tyshawn LeeLoved ones were saying goodbye Tuesday morning to a 9-year-old boy who was shot and killed in what police called a gang-related execution.
Reward For Information In 9-Year-Old Boy's Murder Grows To Over $54,000The reward for information leading to an arrest in the murder of a nine-year-old boy in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood last Monday has grown to $54,600.
Reward Grows As Neighbors Look For Answers After Murder Of 9-Year-Old BoyDozens of volunteers canvassed the Auburn Gresham neighborhood today, near where nine-year-old Tyshawn Lee was shot and killed Monday afternoon.
Lyons Approves Gun Ordinance To Stop Straw PurchasesThe ordinance comes about three months after anti-violence activists filed a civil rights lawsuit demanding three suburbs do more to stop guns from reaching the streets of Chicago.
Pope's Message In Washington Hits Home For Gutierrez, PflegerIn an address repeatedly interrupted by applause -- some of it partisan -- he urged lawmakers and Americans in general to do the right thing, especially when it came to immigrants, CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
U.S. Education Secretary Returns To Chicago For Anti-Violence MarchEarlier this week, 13 people were murdered and 32 wounded in shootings in Chicago during a 36-hour period, the deadliest stretch the city has seen since 2003.
Pfleger On Ferguson, One Year Later: Black Lives Still MatterFather Michael Pfleger says it's not enough to just remember Michael Brown, but force the country to address the issue of what he calls the genocide of black youth.
Pfleger: City Council Hearing On Chiraq "Insulting"Father Michael Pfleger of St. Sabina's says a City Council meeting Monday discussing the merits of a movie titled Chiraq is "insulting," reports WBBM's Mariam Sobh.
Pfleger: Shaming Father Of 7-Year-Old Murder Victim Might Be CounterproductiveOutspoken anti-violence activist Rev. Michael Pfleger said Chicago’s mayor and police superintendent might have gone too far in the past couple days, in their criticism of the father of a 7-year-old boy who was slain over the July 4th weekend.