Alderman Willie Cochran, a former police officer, says it’s time for an infusion of money, opportunities, health care, and police in violence-ravaged neighborhoods.
Congressman Bobby Rush, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and county board president Toni Preckwinkle say they’re banding together to prevent bloodshed, but plans are vague.
To stop the bloodshed, members of the City Council propose more cops, jobs, church, and trips to Great America.
How city leaders reacted to some of the most notorious outbreaks of violence over the last two decades
Is there a cure for Chicago’s crippling dependence on firearms?
In The Round House, Louise Erdrich assigns easy blame for a tough problem.