The Cook County State's Attorney's Office has concluded its investigation into the prosecutor who made statements in court implying Adam Toledo had a gun in his hand when he was fatally shot in March.
Cook County’s top prosecutor said Thursday she bears the responsibility for not viewing the footage of 13-year-old Adam Toledo’s fatal shooting or reviewing the misleading description of his killing by Chicago police before it was read by prosecutors in court.
An attorney with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office has been placed on administrative leave for failing "to fully present the facts surrounding the death of a 13-year-old boy."
The director of the Illinois Justice Project has been chosen to replace outgoing Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli.
On Monday, Kim Foxx began her second term as chief prosecutor, with Chicago enduring more shootings and killings than we have seen in decades. She also talked of a new strategy in the bloodiest neighborhoods.
“I want the state’s attorney to acknowledge whether or not there were mistakes made that allowed my father’s murderer to flee the country,” the victim's son said.
Political analyst Thom Serafin talks about the underestimation of pollsters, Trump's staying power and Tuesday's massive voter turnout.
Kim Foxx has been re-elected as Cook County State's Attorney.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx joins Good Day Chicago to talk about her campaign platform heading into the election.
A white suburban police officer who fatally shot a Black security guard outside of the suburban Chicago bar where he was working will not be charged, prosecutors announced Friday.
“She doesn't want to debate because she doesn't want to have to defend policies that are indefensible,” Republican challenger Pat O’Brien said.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot is suggesting local Democratic Party committeemen made a mistake today when they voted to dump a respected judge on the retention ballot this fall.
Judge Michael Toomin announced on Friday he will not publish the special prosecutor's full 60-page investigatory report on how the state's attorney, Kim Foxx, handled the Jussie Smollett case.
Chicago’s top prosecutor isn’t clear of the yearlong scrutiny of her office’s handling of the Jussie Smollett case, even though a special prosecutor this week concluded that nothing she or her staff did qualified as criminal.
Pat O'Brien, candidate for Cook County State's Attorney, reacts to the special prosecutor's report on the handling of the Jussie Smollett case.
A special prosecutor in Chicago accused Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and her office on Monday of repeatedly abusing their discretion and making false public statements in the case against actor Jussie Smollett last year, but he concluded they did nothing criminal.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx has "failed consistently" to protect Chicago residents from violent crimes, a Democratic city council member told "Fox & Friends First" on Friday.
On Thursday, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) said they sought felony charges in 43 cases related to the events that occurred Sunday night, with 42 of those cases being approved.
The “common denominator” in the crime “problem” in Chicago is “our state's attorney’s office,” Anthony Napolitano, a Chicago alderman and former police officer, said on Thursday.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx has dismissed more than 25,000 felony cases - including murder cases- during her tenure from November 2019, according to an analysis by the Chicago Tribune based on data from the Cook County State's Attorney office.