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Mourners: Slain Chicago officer was 'one of the good guys'
Mourners remembered a slain Chicago Police commander Saturday as a model officer and "one of the good guys"
A look at competitive US House races in the Illinois primary
Several U.S. House races are expected to be competitive in the Illinois primary, including a serious primary challenge against Democratic U.S. Rep. Daniel Lipinski and a crowded Republican field in a swing district outside Chicago
The Latest: Slain Chicago officer remembered as 'model cop'
A Chicago Police commander who was gunned down by a suspect has been remembered as a "model cop" who wasn't interested in self-promotion, even as he moved up the department's ranks
Felon charged with 1st-degree murder for killing Chicago police commander
A convicted felon has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Chicago police Cmdr. Paul Bauer. Cook County State's Attorney Kimberly Foxx approved felony charges for suspect Shomari Legghette, including first-degree murder and armed violence. Legghette is in custody and
Chicago police commander fatally shot on duty
An Chicago on-duty police officer was shot and killed after engaging with a suspect near the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago on Tuesday. Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said at a press conference Tuesday afternoon there was a report of a suspicious person spotted by a police officer
Off-duty Chicago police officer fatally shot during pursuit
An off-duty police commander has been shot and killed in downtown Chicago after he spotted a man matching the description of an armed suspect officers were chasing on foot
Chicago mayor wants new law to thwart carjackings
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a group of state lawmakers announced new legislation Sunday aimed at changing an Illinois law to crack down on a recent surge of carjackings. They hope to close a loophole that lawmakers say has led to many vehicle thefts resulting in misdemeanor charges, as reported
Mayors of 3 largest US cities snub WH meeting after DOJ immigration threat
Mayors of the three largest U.S. cities skipped a previously scheduled meeting at the White House Wednesday after the Department of Justice sent a letter threatening to subpoena jurisdictions across the country for failing to share information with federal authorities related to undocumented
Carolina Panthers owner to put team up for sale amid misconduct investigation
Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announced Sunday he will be putting the team up for sale at the end of the current NFL season. The announcement comes two days after it was revealed Richardson is under internal investigation over "allegations of workplace misconduct," according to a