Kim Foxx is dismissing certain misdemeanor charges against protesters and prosecuting those charged with felonies. Her opponent says Foxx is allowing crime to “intermix” with peaceful protesters.
As Cook County Jail’s population rises again, advocates fear a spike in COVID-19 cases will follow
The Chicago Freedom School opened its doors to people who were trapped in the Loop after George Floyd protests and ordered pizza. Then police showed up.
Newly appointed CPD Superintendent David Brown left a complicated legacy in Dallas. Will he have his second chance in Chicago?
Those on electronic monitoring face some of the steepest challenges to their survival as the pandemic escalates in America.
The Weekly sits down with the former prosecutor running for Cook County State’s Attorney
The Weekly sits down with the Cook County State’s Attorney
How well has the State’s Attorney kept her 2016 campaign promises during her first term?
Bill Conway’s campaign for Cook County State’s Attorney has been funded by investment bankers in Washington, D.C., and political movers and shakers in Chicago
Invisible Institute and Forensic Architecture reconstruct the police shooting of Harith Augustus—and contest the city’s story