A low-level dealer gets caught between the money and the violence of the heroin trade.
How city leaders reacted to some of the most notorious outbreaks of violence over the last two decades
An “obsessive” Sun-Times reporter is vindicated by the Vanecko case—but not content.
What people read from January 1st to 7th, 2012, on the Bleader
How ex-superintendent Jody Weis would like to see pot arrests reformed
Police are investigating a weekend stabbing in Boys Town. Witnesses videotaped a group of more than ten people beating a man, who was stabbed twice in the melee. (Tribune) Cicero’s […]
More than a quarter million Chicago area residents were without power this morning. ComEd says it could take days to restore power in some areas. (Tribune) After Jody Weis’s massive […]
In the wake of “Jackass” player Ryan Dunn’s death, professional prankster Bam Margera is now virtually feuding with Roger Ebert, after Ebert made comments on Twitter. (TMZ) Former top cop […]
Jody Weis wasn’t the only ex-city official that new police chief Garry McCarthy attempted to distance himself from on Monday. He also signaled a distaste for the gun control policies […]
Garry McCarthy and the aldermen who signed off on his appointment as Chicago police superintendent Monday were eager to send a message to the public: He is not Jody Weis. […]
Rahm Emanuel smiled. It wasn’t a happy smile. It was the sort of smile I’m guessing we’re going to see a lot from our new mayor—one that seemed to say, […]
The FOP tells off Jody Weis in an open letter.
Chicago cops to protest the shortfall of beat cops on the street.
What happened to Chicago’s most violent neighborhoods?
The city’s new gun regulations go into effect, but area law enforcement officials won’t say whether they ever used the one it’s replacing.