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Critics said the new Civilian Office of Police Accountability has little actual civilian involvement.

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Ald. Michelle Harris, chairman of the Rules Committee, planned to make another try at passage next week.

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Their ordinance also would set a five-year limit on going after police accused of abuse.

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The new schools that tested positive for lead were Chappell, Durkin Park, Gunsaulus and Wentworth.

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Fifteen aldermen still voted with Rahm 100 percent of the time, and he's never lost a contested vote.

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Taxi drivers called a city proposal to help the cab industry "too little, too late."

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At a confirmation hearing, IPRA chief Sharon Fairley pledged to make her agency a catalyst for change.

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Commissioner Boykin said it was "to represent every bullet that went into the body of Laquan McDonald."

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The Public Safety Committee backed an Ohio program training stylists to recognize spousal abuse.