Also, Chris Kennedy continues bold attack on Emanuel by mentioning Joe Berrios.
Bystanders say drunk driver Ryne San Hamel exaggerated his efforts to help the dying cyclist.
Judge William Hooks cited the defendant’s “remorse” for the crime, but the victim’s loved ones say that claim rings false.
Chicago never tried the feds’ data-driven enforcement model—but Gabe Klein says we now should.
The city continues to pursue policies that advance inequity.
It’s important to reduce traffic crashes, but homicides are a more urgent problem.
Calling the guard into black and brown neighborhoods would only escalate tensions between the community and the police.
Also, Chicago Public Library is forgiving overdue fines, and Sun-Times owner Michael Ferro buys big stake in the Tribune.
The race to be Cook County’s top prosecutor gets under way with questions about fairness and incarceration.
State Rep Ken Dunkin, one of the leaders of the legislative black caucus, says city leaders are clueless about fighting violent crime in Chicago.
Parris Fultz was a self-described independent operator in a business—drug dealing—dominated by larger-scale players.
Drug dealing hasn’t always been done in the open—but it has been going on for generations.
Anatomy of a heroin ring: a west-side drug organization that employed dozens and served thousands
A near-death experience at Homicide Watch
Homicide is just one of many killers plaguing Chicago’s poor black neighborhoods