Journalism That Makes A Difference

Journalism That Makes A Difference


2019 Polar Plunge set for Sunday as thousands will make their way into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan


Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said Friday there's more evidence in the Jussie Smollett case that hasn't been revealed, but the evidence itself remains to be seen.


Protesters gathered outside 430 N. Michigan, blocking the entrance to the building where the National Association of Realtors is located. They were demanding more affordable housing options.


A judge has appointed a former federal prosecutor and recent Illinois inspector general to serve as the court’s eyes and ears to ensure the Chicago Police Department fully implements sweeping reforms.


Chicago police department released crime numbers for February Friday and said violent crime has continued to drop in the city. Police said there was a 44 percent decline in homicides as compared to the same time last year.


A jury has found a reputed gang member guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of an off-duty Chicago Police officer who was gunned down eight years ago.