FOP President Kevin Graham wrote that police “generally want to testify, but they can no longer trust the Cook County state’s attorney.”
Nevest Coleman and Darryl Fulton were sentenced to life in prison for the 1994 murder of Antwinica Bridgeman.
THE WATCHDOGS: Violent crime citywide has fallen only slightly since last year saw more people killed in Chicago than in any year in two decades.
MARY MITCHELL: Mothers, don’t leave your children with your boyfriend. That’s a warning that bears repeating.
“We shouldn’t have a policy where we keep bad officers on the job that long for them to continue to make possibly bad arrests…”
MARK BROWN: Readers spout off on column about calls for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Nicole Harris was not in court when the verdicts were read.
Many believe the amended budget – that includes 425 layoffs and an additional 762 vacancy eliminations – has enough support for it to pass.
WATCHDOGS: Despite CTA’s efforts, vandalism on the rise on CTA property in Chicago. More graffiti at its Wilmette rail yard, too — even with cameras.
A high-ranking Cook County sheriff’s official got a 10-day suspension for giving security IDs to two people to attend a Cubs World Series game.
Democrats followed a basic damage control rule when dealing with bad news: Get it out quickly. And if you did something wrong, admit it.
Not being able to deduct state income taxes would be a blow to many in the state. The U.S. House approved a tax overhaul bill along party lines.
Supt. Eddie Johnson took the stage for a speech Thursday set to tout good news hours after a judge wiped out 15 convictions tainted by misconduct.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger plans to lead a protest Friday morning at the Fifth Third Bank & ATM at 8140 S. Ashland.
Thursday’s decision by the Federal Communications Commission also makes it easier for one company to own two broadcast TV stations in one market.