James Monroe, 4, and Saniyah Curington, 13, have been found safe after they were reported missing from Evanston in the north suburbs.
The pair, who are related, were found about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Chicago, according to Evanston police.
Every flashback causes woman to feel the embarrassment or regret all over again.
The only thing worth judging them on at this point is whether the path they’re plotting looks sensible, and it does. The results are to be determined, but the process is prudent.
There should be no more holdups in rolling out a permanent foot pursuit policy that could help prevent individuals from being shot by Chicago police.
On the battlefield, soldiers pride themselves on leaving no fellow soldier behind. Let us, as a nation, vow to leave the rights of no citizen behind.