Last year‘s events were canceled because of COVID-19, and a handful of communities are postponing this year’s celebration until this fall because of the Delta variant.
Tuesday marks National Night Out, an annual celebration connecting communities and police officers.
Chicago’s police oversight agency released body camera video Tuesday that shows the fatal shooting of a man during a standoff with police last month in West Garfield Park.
VIEWER DISCRETION STRONGLY ADVISED: Chicago’s police oversight agency released body camera video Tuesday that shows the fatal shooting of a man during a standoff with police last month in West Garfield Park.
Residents of Chicago's most violent neighborhoods say they aren't going to let criminals run the streets anymore.
"People are in crisis. The answer is not more military response," said one of the Defund Chicago Police organizers.
FOX 32's Dane Placko reports...
There were 105 murders in July 2021; almost all of the victims were killed by guns.
A 16-year-old Chicago teenager has been charged with two carjackings as the number of carjackings has increased by more than 50 percent over the last year.
Four people were wounded in a shooting Saturday morning in Jackson Park.
The city of Chicago announced Friday the official national search and selection process for the next Chief Administrator of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA).
A 16-year-old boy is facing several felony charges in connection to armed carjackings in the Douglas neighborhood on the South Side.
The man arrested in deadly Puerto Rican Parade shooting in Humboldt Park last month is now in CPD custody.
A man wanted for murder in Chicago was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon after allegedly pulling a gun on police trying to arrest him inside a restaurant in suburban Calumet City.
Sixty-six handguns and 15 rifles were turned in Monday in an effort to get illegal guns off the streets of Chicago.
"I don't think there is another city in this country releasing people who have been charged with murder back into the community on electronic monitoring," Chicago's top cop said.
"This proposed contract acknowledges the valuable contributions that Chicago police officers make to neighborhoods all across the City," Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
Tom Serafin joins Good Day Chicago to explain the survey by Serafin Power Poll that claims violence will stop businesses coming to Chicago.
After another violent week in Chicago, some local churches are now calling for peace.
Chicago police say despite all of the victims and witnesses, nobody is talking.