Government To Audit PPP Loans Above $2 Million, Which Could Include Cicero Energy Company That Got $9.5 MillionLarge public companies who received a government loan for COVID-19 relief continue to receive backlash for getting money meant for small businesses.
Illinois Has Spent $168.5 On COVID-19 Fight Since March 24; Comptroller Susana Mendoza Explains How Budgeting WorksA total of $168.5 million in taxpayer money has been spent since March 24 battling the coronavirus pandemic in Illinois alone.
‘Bad Apples Rotting The Barrel:’ Chicago Police More Likely To Use Excessive Force If Peers Do, Northwestern Study ShowsIf Chicago Police officers work with individuals accused of misconduct, they are more likely to emulate that behavior, a Northwestern University study found.
How Often Do Chicago Police Officers Fail To Activate Their Body Cameras? It’s Hard To KnowA compliance evaluation by the City of Chicago Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found police watch operations lieutenants failed to complete required reviews of body camera footage, and the department does not have a standardized process to do so.
Lawsuit Filed After CPD Raids The Wrong Home During A 4-Year-Old's Birthday PartyA civil rights lawsuit was filed in federal court Tuesday against the City of Chicago and the Chicago Police Department, accusing officers of raiding the wrong home and pointing their guns at children during a child’s birthday party.