CPD's Riccio Has Lightfoot's Ire For Going On Summer VacationPolice confirmed that Anthony Riccio, CPD's First Deputy Superintendent, took a family holiday earlier this month, just after the Memorial Day weekend that resulted in 43 shootings and seven murders.
Person Of Interest Sought In Lincoln Park Sexual AssaultsThere's been a third sexual assault in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood in recent weeks and police believe they're all connected.
Men Charged In Brittany Hill's Death To Appear In CourtIt was Tuesday morning. They were standing outside a house on Division and Mason with a group of people. Minutes later two men got out of a silver car and started shooting at the group.
Another Burge Victim To File A Civil LawsuitAs of now, the total payout to Burge victims is more than 100 million dollars.
Ochoa Relatives Push For Marlen's LawThey will be meeting with a state lawmaker next Tuesday to develop Marlen's Law. It would require both ID and DNA testing for hospital patients, especially those admitted after a home birth.
Dozens Shot, Five Killed During Memorial Day Weekend In Chicago"From 11:00 to 3:00, our brave men and women in the police department are going to be out in the streets. We're also going to be asking community leaders to be out and be diligent to encourage our young people to go home."
Fond Farewell For CPD Officer Rivera"I know he wanted to be a detective. But also he said as long as he was making a difference, he was fine with his job."
Recent Robberies In Beverly Concern Business Owner"Any crime in our neighborhood is unusual. We're a very tight-knit community. We look out for each other."
Suspect Held Without Bond In Shooting Of CPD OfficerPetronella's family told CBS 2 she feared someone was breaking in to her home. A friend who wanted to remain anonymous said they've had a break-in there before.
Two CPD Officers Injured In Englewood CrashThey were looking for a suspect when the officer driving the squad car lost control and veered into an abandoned furniture store.
The Cost Dedicated To The Smollett Investigation"Those are resources and time spent that we can never get back and we can utilize for another investigation."
CPD Officers Found Not Guilty Of Alleged Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald Shooting DeathOfficer Thomas Gaffney, former officer Joe Walsh and former detective David March all appeared stoic early on. But the judge gradually picked apart the state's case.
More New CPD Officers Are Hitting The Streets. But Are They Enough?For years, Mayor Emanuel and his first police superintendent, Garry McCarthy claimed Chicago didn't need more officers and that extra manpower needs could be handled through overtime. But as crime rose and overtime soared, Emanuel changed course, after firing McCarthy in the Laquan McDonald fallout.
Three Officers Charged With Covering Up Shooting Won't TestifyOne witness testified Thursday -- a retired detective who says that March couldn't have changed the report filed by an officer at the scene of the October 2014 shooting by Officer Jason Van Dyke.
Family Demands Answers, Arrest After Cab Driver's Brutal Death"Here we are, three months later, still waiting for someone to acknowledge that it's a crime to kick someone to death in the city of Chicago."