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  • New details on Englewood standoff: Nearly 40 shots fired, 2nd cop wounded

    New details on Englewood standoff: Nearly 40 shots fired, 2nd cop wounded
    An Indianapolis man was charged Thursday in the wounding of a Chicago police officer and the death of a man during a six-hour standoff this week as police released new details, disclosing that a second officer was wounded in an exchange of nearly 40...
  • Police: Man who fired at CTA train with assault rifle was carrying 60 rounds

    Police: Man who fired at CTA train with assault rifle was carrying 60 rounds
    A man in his 20s with a long arrest record fired an assault rifle five times at a Blue Line train at the LaSalle station Thursday morning but did not hit anyone, police said. The man was arrested within minutes as he was walking with the rifle about a...
  • Man killed in Englewood standoff was boyfriend of suspect's sister

    Man killed in Englewood standoff was boyfriend of suspect's sister
    The man killed during a six-hour police standoff with a shooting spree suspect was the boyfriend of the suspect's sister and lived in the home where officers came to make an arrest, according to police and neighbors. Daniel Jackson, 42, was found dead...
  • Englewood standoff ends with 1 dead, police captain wounded and suspect arrested

    Englewood standoff ends with 1 dead, police captain wounded and suspect arrested
    A police standoff that began in Englewood with the attempted arrest of a shooting spree suspect ended six hours later with one man dead, the suspect in custody and a high-ranking officer recovering from a head wound, officials said. Capt. Edward...
  • Police: Gang members thought boy, 9, was warning rivals and killed him

    Police: Gang members thought boy, 9, was warning rivals and killed him
    Chicago’s youngest victim lost to gun violence this year may have been targeted by four reputed gang members who thought the boy shouted a warning to rival gangbangers, Chicago police said Friday in announcing charges in the month-old slaying....
  • 1 dead, 1 critical after shooting in downtown Chicago

    1 dead, 1 critical after shooting in downtown Chicago
    A demoted worker shot and critically injured his company's CEO before turning the gun on himself Thursday inside a downtown Chicago high-rise in the city's bustling financial district, police said. Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said the shooter...
  • Gunman in downtown Chicago office shooting was high-ranking executive

    Gunman in downtown Chicago office shooting was high-ranking executive
    The man who shot his boss before taking his own life in a downtown Chicago office building was a high-ranking executive of a technology company, officials told the Los Angeles Times. Anthony DeFrances, 60, of Barrington, Ill., was pronounced dead at 10:...
  • McCarthy defends department's crime reporting, faults media coverage

    McCarthy defends department's crime reporting, faults media coverage
    Chicago police Superintendent Garry McCarthy, clearly agitated Friday by the line of questioning from two aldermen at a City Council committee meeting, sought to defend the department from criticism about how it tallies its crime statistics. The...
  • City to release files on alleged police misconduct

    City to release files on alleged police misconduct
    Internal investigation files for alleged police misconduct will now be made public, officials said Sunday in a statement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office. With the new policy, the Chicago Police Department will release investigative files relating to...
  • Questions after melee at Montrose Beach

    Questions after melee at Montrose Beach
    Edna Velazquez looked with frustration at the debris still scattered across the park at Montrose Beach Monday morning as a dozen seagulls picked at the six-pack rings and hundreds of bottle caps stamped into muddy grass. Velazquez was asked by Chicago...
  • Editorial: Prying open police misconduct files

    Editorial: Prying open police misconduct files
    When public officials refuse to provide information about the alleged misconduct of police officers, they invite some damning conclusions: They're hiding something. They're protecting bad cops. They're more worried about appearances than about...