Tag: Chicago

Woman Fatally Shot on 37th Birthday

Another round of Chicago gun violence has claimed the life of a 37-year-old woman

Details Emerge on Fatal Chicago Train Stabbing

The victim and her assailant were reportedly quarreling about a child

Man Fatally Stabs Woman on CTA Train

Woman believed to be involved in a domestic dispute

Jokes And Notes’ Last Laugh Coming Soon

The Bronzeville staple will host its final show this weekend

#NewRules: Grammys Include Stream-Only Albums

Plus, five times Chance The Rapper 'wowed' the game for independent artists

Chicago Man Murdered Live on Facebook

28-year-old Antonio Perkins was gunned down Wednesday evening

Dining While Black

One man's story of being denied once again for the color of his skin

Chicago Man Hurls Racial Slurs At Woman

Woman was subjected to foul, derogatory language during walk home earlier this week

At Least 6 Dead, 69 Shot in Violent Chicago Memorial ...

The violence comes in spite of increased police patrols

CPD to Boost Patrol Memorial Day Weekend

Weekend has become one of city's most violent holidays

Why This Chicago Man Wears A Bulletproof Vest

Chicago's gun violence has forced a man to take drastic measures to feel safe

Girl, 13, Charged in Death of Honors Student

DeKayla Dansberry was allegedly stabbed to death by a fellow teen late Saturday

6 Cops Probed in CPD Scandal

Officers could be charged with lying in court

‘Chicagoland’ Star, Fenger Prom King Murdered

Former Fenger principal talks to us about 22-year-old Lee McCollum Jr.

Officer Charged in LaQuan McDonald Shooting Seeks Guard

Jason Van Dyke has requested guard from sheriffs deputies as he enters and exits his court appearances

CPS Issues New LGBT Guidelines

New guidelines will support transgender students, employees and adults

Report May Confirm Worst Fears About Chicago Police

Task force addresses cop view of the worth of minority lives

Protest, Vigil Held After Chicago Cop Kills Teen

16-year-old Pierre Loury was fatally wounded by a CPD officer Monday

Chicago’s Water Commissioner Resigns

Move comes ahead of city's contamination testing

#JETSuite: Author Reads From ‘The South Side’

Chicago author, Natalie Y. Moore, performs an excerpt from her book about the city's segregation

Ray Lewis Has A Solution for Gun Violence

"We're starting to confuse our kids. Our kids don't know which way to go"