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Near West Side »

The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 asked state labor officials to block the changes.

Lincoln Park »

Union wants to tell kids that Burge conviction set guilty men free and some torture claims are dubious.

West Town »

The new agency will be launched with a formal ceremony Friday at the South Shore Cultural Center.

Jackson Highlands »

The largest settlement was in the case of a man severely injured after being hit with a police stun gun.

Austin »

The full City Council is expected Wednesday to OK the settlement already approved by a federal judge.

Little Village »

A jury found a police officer used excessive force on Jose Lopez, now a quadriplegic, in 2011.

Englewood »

The City Council agreed to pay $5.5 million in reparations to victims of the notorious police commander.

Grand Crossing »

It will now be up to Supt. Eddie Johnson and the Police Board to decide whether to fire the officers.

North Lawndale »

Roshad McIntosh was shot to death Aug. 24, 2014, near Polk Street and California Avenue in Lawndale.

Bronzeville »

If confirmed by the City Council, Lori Lightfoot, will serve as Police board president until July 2019.

Edison Park »

Police Board President Lori Lightfoot's term expires Monday. She hasn't spoken to the mayor since April.

Bridgeport »

Rahm's office denies the president's claim he sent officer's name to mayor.

Garfield Park »

In June, the City Council agreed to pay $1.3 million to the family of a boy killed in a police chase.

Back of the Yards »

The City Council is expected to approve the settlement Wednesday.

Downtown »

The officer involved in this incident has been linked to other violent incidents, according to reports.