Sixteen guns have been seized in Cook County over the last two weeks, which has led to seven arrests and multiple charges.
"Coach Tyson, he inspired me to do better," said player LeBron Campbell. "Just because I'm small don't mean I can't have a lot of heart."
Coach Justin Harris along with Ky'ren Edmon, Pierre Ray and Jae'dyn Harris join Good Day Chicago to talk about their successful season on the gridiron and preview their upcoming game against Portage.
HAVE YOU SEEN ZION? Chicago police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 16-year-old girl.
For at least 72 hours, many first responders in the suburbs refused to go to work. Now, it looks like they will be back on the job by Tuesday.
First responders are not allowed to strike, but FOX 32 Chicago was told that 15 or so officers refuse to come to work.
Gordon allegedly gave the gun to his brother, Mathews, knowing that Mathews had a revoked FOID card and could not legally possess a firearm, officials said.
A Robbins man allegedly ran a business from his south suburban home of selling “switch” devices to convert pistols into fully-automatic machine guns.
Two former employees of Manny’s Blue Room Lounge in Midlothian sued the south suburban nightclub Wednesday after they were wounded in a 2018 shooting that led to a white Midlothian police officer fatally shooting Black security guard Jemel Roberson.
Protesters gathered in Midlothian Saturday to demand justice for Jemel Roberson, a security guard who was shot to death by police outside a bar in Robbins, Illinois, in 2018.
The stolen squad car was involved in a crash at 1:03 p.m. on northbound I-94 near 111th Street, according to Illinois State Police and Robbins spokesman Sean Howard.
Eunice Franklin was last seen in front of her home Nov. 10 in the 13600 block of South Central Park Avenue, according to Robbins spokesman Sean Howard.
In Dexter Brown's white Dodge Magnum, it's clear from the outside that evidence technicians dusted the car for fingerprints but on the inside, his family discovered a gun.
A south suburban police department allowed our cameras to ride along with them, exclusively, as they took to the streets over the weekend, taking aggressive action to curb gun violence.