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Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez addressed the City Club with a breakfast speech.

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A group of African-American aldermen wants the city's top cop fired after a bloody September.

Downtown »

The Rev. Michael Pfleger called it an "orchestrated distraction" from the city's real gun violence.

Bronzeville »

"There's always been a need for more open space in the community," said Ald. Pat Dowell.

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Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said, "The entire department will be out, we'll be out in uniform."

Bronzeville »

Ald. Pat Dowell called the park a "celebration of the life of Hadiya Pendleton."

Englewood »

Politicians tugged from opposite sides on Spike Lee's film, as Gov. Bruce Rauner halted the tax program.

Downtown »

Ald. Will Burns (4th) was trying to halt a state tax credit for Spike Lee's "Chiraq" film production.

Downtown »

The mayor said stopping street violence "is not just the job of the Police Department."

Downtown »

Of the 77 neighborhoods, only O'Hare saw overall crime stats go up.

Downtown »

Murders declined to a 50-year low, while Mayor Rahm Emanuel plunged into the Polar Vortex.

Downtown »

Jesus "Chuy" Garcia accused Mayor Rahm Emanuel of breaking a promise to hire more police.

Downtown »

Jesus "Chuy" Garcia accused Mayor Rahm Emanuel of breaking a campaign pledge to hire 1,000 officers.

Downtown »

McCarthy told aldermen crime was down, and the racial disparity for marijuana citations was "erased."

Downtown »

Police Supt. Garry McCarthy faced grilling from aldermen on crime statistics.