A police board hearing begins Tuesday for the officer accused of shooting 16 times at the wrong car.
Sharon Fairley and her soon-to-be-ex-husband are among an elite group of Chicagoans who profit handsomely from their connections to the city.
The mayor inaugurates a new age of transparency in police investigations by suppressing video of the fatal police shooting of Cedrick Chatman.
Four and a half years after he assumed office—but only one week after the release of the Laquan McDonald video—the mayor determines that the city’s police review authority needs to be examined.
Since 1986 more than 1,600 people have been struck by bullets fired by Chicago police officers—an average of more than one person a week. In the 208 cases closed over the last two years, not a single shooting has been found to be unjustified. Should we be reassured?