Tag: Chicago

President Obama Gives Bittersweet Farewell

The outgoing Commander-in-Chief thanked the nation and encouraged hope for the future.

Showtime Orders Up Lena Waithe’s ‘The Chi’

Get ready to dive into this South Side drama

We Must Protect Children with Special Needs

You are your child's biggest advocate. Here are a few ways to protect them

Chance The Rapper is Already Having a Lit 2017!

Lil' Chano from 79th is making more historic moves in the Windy City

4 in Custody After Alleged ‘F*** Trump’ Attack

Video footage shows White male victim being assaulted, verbally abused

Chicago Closes 2016 with 762 Murders

City takes top spot for most homicides of the year

Chicago Sees 61 People Shot Over Christmas

As year closes, city still grapples with gun violence

Chicago Goes 4 Days Without A Fatal Shooting

For the first time in 2016, city saw zero fatal shootings in four-day span

How Chicago’s Violence is Affecting the Country

Chicago's homicide rate is so drastic that it is affecting other cities

Author Lerone Bennett Found Safe

The longtime editor of EBONY and JET was found unharmed after being reported missing

Chicago R&B Singer Johnny P Dead

This singer was known for his verses on some 90's hip hop favorites

CPD Chief to Meet Monthly with Protesters

Meetings come in response to planned protest of fatal police killing of Black man

Video: Chicago Shouts Angst Over Trump

Chicago's demonstrators were among the loudest in the nation protesting Trump

What Kim Foxx’s Political Triumph Means

One of the most significant election results outside of the presidential vote was the results of the race for Cook County, Ill., State Attorney’s office. ...

Police: Man Beats Toddler Son to Death

22-year-old dad punched son, stomped him until he passed out, police say

Chicago Weekend Marks Deadliest of Year for City

City hasn't seen homicides numbers like this in decades

Chance The Rapper Previews New Film, ‘Slice’

Chance is making his way to the big-screen

Legendary Radio Pioneer Herb Kent Dead at 88

"Herb Kent The Cool Gent" passed away on Saturday, reports say

Prominent Chicago Activist Rev. J.C. Smith Dies

Rev. Smith was instrumental in leading the charge during the 1955 Montgomery Bus boycotts

Chicago Teachers Reach Last Minute Deal

As many as 400,000 students would have been affected by a strike

Negotiations Continue as CPS Teacher Strike Looms

As deadline fast approaches, thousdands of students could miss school