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Chicago Bulls Are Giving Back to the Community

Chicago Bulls Are Giving Back to the Community

The Chicago Bulls have been giving back to the community that has supported them unconditionally. The organization feels a sense of responsibility to help out the young people with education, and support other organizations designed to provide families in need with monies, food, medical facilities, and educational resources. The Chicago Bulls organization is determined to make […]

Chicago Is Most Dangerous City Only in the Minds of Americans

Chicago Is Most Dangerous City Only in the Minds of Americans

Chicago, Ill., is commonly thought of as the most dangerous city in the U.S., as evidenced by the results of a poll published in September 2014 which found that more than half of Americans had made up their minds that this statement was true. Perception, in this case, does not correspond to reality, and the […]

Chicago Man Shot in Attempted Robbery

Chicago Man Shot in Attempted Robbery

A Chicago man has been shot during an attempted robbery in Roseland. He is 62 years old, and did not die as a result. The bullet merely crazed his shoulder. The incident in question happened early Tuesday morning, at approximately 5:05am as the man was waiting for a bus at a stop on the Far […]

West Ridge Murder Victim Identified

West Ridge Murder Victim Identified

The woman who was fatally stabbed in the West Ridge area of Chicago has been identified. The murder victim was 53-year-old Jerren Jackson, and the medical examiner’s office has since given the statement that she died at the scene and that there was no chance recovery through hospitalization or emergency surgery. The incident occurred at […]

Chicago PD Black Sites: Questions, Protests and What Is Not Known [Video]

Chicago PD Black Sites: Questions, Protests and What Is Not Known [Video]

It was exposed not long ago that the Chicago Police Department had set up CIA-style Black Sites used to torture, interrogate and intimidate suspects without using due process and violating peoples’ rights. Set up in an old Sears building (now Homan Square), it is used by anti-gang and anti-drug squads to interrogate potential suspects in […]

Chicago PD Officer’s Verdict Not Stopping Boyd Family

Chicago PD Officer’s Verdict Not Stopping Boyd Family

The verdict that dismissed the off-duty Chicago PD officer Dante Servin from all charges involving the fatal shooting of unarmed 22-year-old, Rekia Boyd, is not stopping the Boyd family from searching for justice. This case has become an addition to the list of recent incidents in which an unarmed member of the black community has been […]

Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Chicago Courtroom

Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Chicago Courtroom

In court on Monday, Judge Porter released accused police officer Dante Servin of all charges concerning the death of Rekia Boyd. The 22-year-old was shot to death by Servin, and it was said to be in self-defense. A friend of Boyd’s, Anotonio Cross, charged at Servin with something in hand and Servin reacted. Cross explained […]

Fairdale, Illinois Tornado Kills Two and Destroys Town

Fairdale, Illinois Tornado Kills Two and Destroys Town

A day after a Fairdale, Illinois tornado killed two women, and virtually destroyed the town, residents try to pick up the pieces of shattered homes and lives. Weather service meteorologists are still trying to understand the EF 4 storm, that packed winds of up to 200 miles per hour and at times was up to […]

Fairdale, Illinois Tornado Leaves Two Confirmed Fatalities

Fairdale, Illinois Tornado Leaves Two Confirmed Fatalities

Two residents were tragically killed by a tornado that sliced through the town of Fairdale, Illinois on Thursday evening. The storm that leveled a good portion of the Chicago suburb took the life of 67-year-old Geraldine M. Schultz and one undisclosed victim. Governor Bruce Rauner’s office has confirmed both of the fatalities. First responders arriving […]

Plane Crash in Bloomington Kills Seven, Including ISU Coach and Deputy AD

Plane Crash in Bloomington Kills Seven, Including ISU Coach and Deputy AD

A plane crash which occurred early in the morning on Tuesday has taken the lives of seven people. Among those killed were associate head coach at Illinois State University, Torrey Ward, and Aaron Leetch, deputy athletic director. The plane went down in Bloomington, Ill., near the Central Illinois Regional Airport. The Cessna 414 had come within […]

Chicago PD Issue Alert for Suspect in Child Luring Incident

Chicago PD Issue Alert for Suspect in Child Luring Incident

The Chicago Police Department Bureau of Detectives – Area North has issued a community alert for the 15th District (Austin). Police are seeking a suspect in the attempted luring of a child. Sometime between 3:15 – 3:30 p.m. on March 30, 2015, after two 9-year-old boys had been dismissed from their school in the 700 […]

Inmate Escapes From Illinois Detention Center

Inmate Escapes From Illinois Detention Center

An inmate has escaped early Wednesday morning from one of the Kankakee County, Illinois detention centers after attacking a prison guard, according to local law enforcement officials. No further statements or comments were made on how the attack occurred, or on the status of the injured prison guard. The inmate, Kamron Taylor, a man recently […]

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