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Rogers Park »

The three meetings will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. April 18, April 25 and May 2.

Mt. Greenwood »

Ald. Edward Burke (14th) said he "could not believe" so few people were on the registry.

South Lawndale »

Four other police districts already have the high tech tools, which officials say has reduced shootings.

River North »

No injuries were reported but the man threatened the woman with a knife, police say.

Downtown »

Three or four men traveling together have attacked victims on the train or sidewalks near ''L'' stops.

Englewood »

Police Department wants to be sure everything was "handled appropriately," spokesman said.

South Loop »

The two burglaries in the South Loop resemble three break-ins further north last month. 

Bridgeport »

Critics said a new draft policy is a "significant walk back" of restrictions proposed previously.

West Loop »

If police are to be reformed, it must be under the watchful eye of a federal judge, Zach Fardon said.

Clearing »

MAP: How armed is your neighborhood? More than 200,000 people now are licensed to own a gun in Chicago. 

Beverly »

The renewed focus on family has changed the tone of the once-troubled event, organizers said.

West Town »

In the incidents, burglars entered the victim's home or garage, police said. 

Pilsen »

The latest alert comes after home burglaries were reported in the neighborhood earlier in February. 

Armour Square »

The promotion includes games in April and June and is sponsored by St. Xavier University.

Albany Park »

Since 2012, police have classified 336 incidents as "hate crimes," a figure that advocates say is low.