“Every year, I pray I don’t have to do this again, but here I am doing it again and there still will be no answers after this,” said Kierra Coles' mother, Karen Phillips, at the event in Pilsen on Saturday.
Newly released video shows Chicago police officers fire the first shots in a July shootout that left two people wounded, including an innocent bystander, in the Pilsen neighborhood on the city's Southwest Side.
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released video Tuesday showing a July 22nd shootout between Chicago police and a suspect in the Pilsen neighborhood. WARNING: This video contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised.
A Chicago man was charged with attempted murder in a July shooting in the Pilsen neighborhood.
Kim Foxx says surveillance video shows the Chicago officers lied when they initially claimed they returned fire after shots were fired at them early on the morning of July 22. The video shows the officers actually fired first, she said.
A man was found dead in a vehicle in Chicago's West Side Sunday morning.
Tens of thousands of people came on foot and in cars to Chicago's Loop, waving Mexican flags, lighting fireworks, playing music and "drifting" in intersections. More partying is expected on Saturday night, but this time, partiers will be met by additional police tactics to keep traffic moving and people safe.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx announced felony charges against the two police officers on Friday.
Officer Ruben Reynoso, 42, and Sgt. Christopher Liakopoulos, 43, were both charged with aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated discharge of a firearm and official misconduct. They could face a maximum of 30 years in prison, according to State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.
On Friday the Cook County State's Attorney Office filed felony charges against a Chicago sergeant and office involved in an on-duty shooting in July 2022.
A Chicago police sergeant and an officer will face felony charges connected to a shooting in the Pilsen neighborhood.
During the COVID shutdown, some unsanctioned celebrations tended to get a bit out of control, and with recent street takeovers in the Loop, police are asking that celebrations remain peaceful and orderly.
Nehemiah Knox was seen by police blocking access to the entrance/exit of a CTA Red Line station in South Loop.
It was announced in 2016 the church would close, and on July 14, 2019, St. Adalbert held its last Mass.
Half a dozen Chicago police cars were damaged after crowds threw fireworks, rocks and bricks at them Sunday morning in the Pilsen neighborhood.
The CEO of Chicago Public Schools received a big honor from the City Club of Chicago Wednesday.
A lawsuit filed claims the officer fired first during the road-rage incident, striking Lizbeth Urbina in the head. Prosecutors have alleged her boyfriend — a passenger in the car — had been aiming a green laser light at the officer before shots were exchanged.
A shootout with Chicago police Friday morning left two people wounded, including an innocent bystand, in the Pilsen neighborhood on the city's Southwest Side.
Chicago police shot two people during an exchange of gunfire in Pilsen Friday morning, according to police.
Police are questioning persons of interest after shots were fired at and by officers Friday morning in the Pilsen neighborhood.