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Laquan McDonald Case

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Downtown »

Supt. Garry McCarthy may be gone, but leaders and residents said they want more changes.

Downtown »

The top cop was hired shortly after Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.

Edgewater »

"His death, and the failure of our system to react promptly, impacts our entire city."

Bronzeville »

Police went back and forth with the activist after a prayer vigil Monday night.

Hyde Park »

Campus to reopen Tuesday after Jabari Dean allegedly threatened payback for Laquan McDonald's shooting.

Archer Heights »

He was freed after he posted $150,000. The police union had set up a "JVD Bond Fund" to raise money.

Archer Heights »

Police said Malcolm London punched an officer during a Downtown protest. Prosecutors dropped charges.

Downtown »

Laquan McDonald protesters definitely disrupted "business as usual" on Chicago's busiest shopping day. 

Downtown »

Activists called for an end to the violence that claimed the lives of Laquan McDonald and Tyshawn Lee.

Downtown »

KONKOL: Peaceful protests on the Mag Mile and a broken "no-snitch" code are reasons to give thanks.

Ashburn »

"It's about defending someone who did what he felt was required," says Daniel Herbert, a former officer.

Downtown »

Police will be equipped with body cameras in seven districts by mid-2016, the mayor announced Sunday.

Chicago Lawn »

A Chicago Lawn District sergeant sat and talked with activists for 30 minutes about community relations.

Downtown »

Chicago's top cop said Mayor Rahm Emanuel had his back and that he would not "quit Chicago."