CPD Prepares For Possible Protests; Inspector General's Report On 2020 Unrest Says CPD Was 'Unprepared'As salt trucks and plywood fortify streets and structures, CPD has plans underway to deal with how to handle a possible tough week ahead.
'You're Already Labeled As A White Supremacist Gun Person:' Antioch Police Video Of Kyle Rittenhouse After He Shot, Killed Two People In KenoshaRittenhouse opened fire with an assault-style rifle killing Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding a third person. Rittenhouse has argued he fired in self-defense and later pleaded not guilty to charges of intentional homicide.
Antioch Teen Kyle Rittenhouse Pleads Not Guilty In Shooting Deaths Of 2 Kenosha ProtestersConservatives have rallied around Rittenhouse, describing him as a patriot who took up arms to protect people and property, and raised enough money to make his $2 million cash bail.
Preparations For An Uncertain Election Night; 'We're Afraid. We're Losing Business'"We're going to still be open. For our safety, we're going to have security."
Kenosha Shooting: Blake No Longer Handcuffed To Hospital Bed, Rittenhouse Still In CustodyHe called his son's hospital restraint overkill, four days after Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey shot Blake seven times in the back during an arrest attempt outside an apartment building, and four days into being under guard by an outside law enforcement officer.
Unrest In Chicago Not Without Precedent, But May Continue According To Social Media Posts"We have neighborhoods across the city that need to be heard. And more than anything else, they need the resources and investment."
Chicago Police Ask For Community Help To Identify Looters Through Videos, PhotosChicago police are rolling out new methods to try to make arrests following looting and unrest early Monday morning.
Chicago Neighborhood Businesses Board Up To Avoid Possible UnrestCity trucks and shopping carts block several entrance ways into shopping centers near 87th and the Dan Ryan. It's an area where several businesses were hit by looting in the days after George Floyd's death.
Chicago Store Owner Describes His Fear As He Said Looters Threatened To Kill Him"It's like seeing your backyard get trashed. Ultimately we had to do something to help out."
Spotlight On Chicago's Response To Widespread UnrestThe mayor wants punishment with more teeth and a signal that in Chicago, when you do this, you pay a massive price.
Foxx: 'We Are Hurting, We Are Frustrated, We Are Anxious'"We're in a weird space. I don't have a better word than weird. We're going to look back at 2020 and they're going to be a lot more questions than answers," Foxx said. "But it requires us to be thoughtful in our approach."
LIVE UPDATES: Looting, Unrest Overnight Across Downtown Chicago; The Loop Shut DownDozens of stores, banks and other businesses were broken into across downtown Chicago overnight.
Security Guard In Critical Condition After Shooting In The LoopThe security guard was shot in the 400 block of North Clark Street just before 4 a.m.
For Looted Businesses, Insurance Isn't Always An Easy SolutionSome people believe the looting and vandalism that has transpired in recent days will not impact businesses because they have insurance.
Cicero Issues Curfew Amid Unrest, Implores Residents Not To Take Law Into Own HandsPolice in west suburban Cicero pleaded with residents Tuesday not to take the law into their own hands after a violent night that left two people dead.