Chicago police visited the condo eight times since January 2018, and one resident sought an anti-stalking order against Toni Preckwinkle’s son.
Frank Main has been covering crime in Chicago since 1999, reporting on everything from the evolution of street gangs to the “no-snitch code” that keeps witnesses from cooperating with detectives. He's a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. In 2011, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for local reporting.
The appeals court issued a blistering opinion that reversed James Gibson’s murder conviction, ordering a new trial on charges from two deaths in 1989.
Kellogg, the controversial mayor of the south suburb since 2003, isn’t charged in the complaint.
A reputed Sinaloa cartel figure facing trial in a 9-year-old Chicago case was part of the greeting party the first time “El Chapo” escaped, feds say.
A Chicago chef gets probation for trying to buy 24 coveted dragon fish for his home aquarium and for a friend in violation of Endangered Species Act.
Four men who went to reputed gang leader Lawrence “Big Law” Loggins’ funeral were arrested on gun charges as police focus on preventing retaliation.
Valencia Love described herself in court records as a friend of the singer.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says the current system for keeping guns out of the hands of people with revoked FOID cards is ineffective.
Jussie Smollett tells ABC News it’s “ridiculous” to think he’d lie in his explanation for being outside at 2 a.m. in frigid Chicago weather.
Lawrence Loggins called junior gang members into a meeting and “chewed them out,” a source said. Some officials believe that’s why he was killed.
THE WATCHDOGS: After his police detail was slashed, Ald. Edward M. Burke began hiring former cops under an obscure city program, records show.
Devante Boldon will get $69,500 and Cornell Ferguson $99,000 in separate settlements, according to a spokesman for the city’s law department.
Quincy man files a lawsuit Friday to recover what he says is a unique deathbed photo of Abraham Lincoln.
“They lock us up, they shoot us down. Ain’t no justice in this town!” Black Lives Matters demonstrators shouted in sub-20 degree temperatures.