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By December, automated calls and text should roll out countywide, Chief Judge Timothy Evans said.

Little Village »

Chief Judge Timothy Evans on Monday announced new guidelines for bond court in Cook County.

Near West Side »

Starting Sunday, eight inmates will train to become licensed barbers.

Little Village »

The free drop-in center can house up to 27 kids from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Little Village »

Nearly 90 percent of Cook County defendants rely on free help from the public defender's office.

Bronzeville »

Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said police are making arrests but gun sentencing laws aren't tough enough.

North Lawndale »

The 2-year pilot program will help 200 young people in North Lawndale get back on track, a judge says.

Little Village »

Cellphones have been banned since 2013. Popular storage lockers will be re-installed Monday.

River North »

Sheriff said county jail is overburdened with the mentally ill and proposed cuts would be a disaster.

Little Village »

Some outside the 26th and California courthouse are asking for cash to hold now-banned cellphones.

South Lawndale »

The devices are being banned to protect witnesses and victims, the county's chief judge said.

Little Village »

The congressman says a "strong stench" hangs over the handling of the 2010 death of a homeless man.

Chicago »

The ban, supposed to go into full effect Monday, will be introduced during a three-month grace period.