Looking at gun violence among Chicago teens, one can readily see that handguns are indeed the weapons of mass destruction.
Chicago police official overseeing court-ordered reforms is axed by top cop after questioning deep staff cuts
Robert Boik, who has served in high-ranking civilian roles within the department since 2016, was dismissed after sending an email criticizing Supt. David Brown’s decision to move 46 officers to the Bureau of Patrol as part of a larger reorganization, according to sources.
At least two defendants were expected to be released from prison Tuesday.
“There’s the grieving process — I think that’s normal,” the former Bears head coach said. “But you have to use that to be better.”