Twenty additional agents with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have been sent to Chicago to combat gun violence here.
Researchers at the University of Chicago Urban Labs and University of Michigan studied the 2013 One Summer Chicago Plus program.
Six women working in the brothels have been provided with housing and access to social services and counseling.
The Illinois appeals court has tossed out a Chicago man’s conviction for criminal contempt — as well as his stunning six-year prison sentence.
Thirty-two members of the Chicago Fire Department’s exempt ranks returned to the rank-and-file in a fight over pay that will cost taxpayers.
New book “Cartel Wives” tells story of spouses of drug-trafficking Chicago twins who turned against Sinaloa Cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
The neighbor was worried because other houses were about a quarter mile downrange from where James Hodgkinson was firing.
The man says he was subjected to water torture after his capture on Nov. 16, 2014, in Culiacan, Mexico — where El Chapo’s drug empire was based.
U.S. District Judge Virginia Kendall has lifted court oversight of the Cook County Jail, saying the sheriff has made all the called-for improvements.
THE WATCHDOGS: For years, women have put on strip shows atop a downtown parking garage for inmates at the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center.
A former Chicago Police sergeant who served nearly four years in prison before he was acquitted of rape has won a $4.5 million judgment in a lawsuit.
Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson’s fiancée was among three women cleared after a months-long investigation described as ‘extremely thorough.’
The fire officials want pension changes, expanded health insurance benefits and pay raises.
Federal prosectors announced Friday that Francisco “Smokey” Sanchez has been charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a felon.
Chicago customers of a Thai prostitution ring became key players in nationwide operation, authorities say, calling that “a unique twist.”