Rather than release documents, a ShotSpotter attorney requested the contempt order.
After nearly two years on electronic monitoring, Jeremey “Mohawk” Johnson’s ankle bracelet is finally off.
LGBTQ+ Chicagoans discuss Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s record.
“It’s an invitation,” says Aaron Hughes, cocurator of “Remaking the Exceptional: Tea, Torture, and Reparations,” an exhibition currently on display at the DePaul Art Museum. Marking the 20th anniversary of […]
The surveillance technology is still disproportionately listening to Black and Brown communities.
Nearly half of Chicago police employees applied for exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Officer Nicholas Jovanovich now faces firing as a result of the 2020 incident, in which he knocked out an activist’s tooth and seized her cell phone.
One firefighter apparently used an official city email address to contribute.
The reporting is an icon of the paper’s journalism, but John Conroy wonders what it actually accomplished.
The city bolstered its team of officers who engage with LGBTQ+ citizens. Queer people say that’s not enough.
James Allen still has two murder cases keeping him in prison.
James Allen is serving three life sentences for murder. No one ever said he killed anyone.
Chicago cultural space La Casa del Inmigrante and Mexico City anarchist library Biblioteca Social Reconstruir bond against a common enemy.
Three stories from the front lines of the 2020 protests, when the bridges went up and the statues came down
Cops say masked teens with a thirst for violence and joyrides are terrorizing the city. An examination of arrests reveals a narrative built on shoddy data and anecdotal evidence.