Is Detroit Still a 'Murder Capital?' What Does That Mean in 2023?
Discourse around city safety in America is inherently flawed and requires a deeper look.
Lil Durk Says Chicago Shouldn’t Be Singled Out As Violent
Does he have a point about his hometown?
Chicago Mayor Earmarks $500,000 For Reparations Panel
The panel was formed after unsuccessfully attempting to study reparations in the city three years ago.
BJ The Chicago Kid: Keeping the Soul in Music with 'Gravy'
The critically acclaimed artist talks about the creative process behind his highly anticipated joint project with super-producer Yeti Beats, sharing insights on the collaborative magic, the influence of his Chicago roots, and the essence of 'Gravy’.
Police Discover Millions of Dollars Of Stolen Sneakers In Chicago Warehouse
Authorities call the national theft ring a sophisticated operation that swiped high-end footwear valued at about $5 million.
Mother of Chicago Woman who Died in Hotel Freezer Reaches Settlement
Kenneka Jenkins’ mysterious death received significant attention in 2017.
Ex-Black P Stone Nation Gang Leader Jeff Fort Denied Chance for Freedom Through First Step Act
For has served almost 40 years in solitary confinement for conspiring to perform acts of domestic terrorism on behalf of a foreign government.
Retired Illinois Judge Disbarred After Stealing Money From Her Tuskegee Airman Uncle
Former Judge Patricia Martin admits to wrongdoing but doesn’t want to repay her uncle’s estate.
How Chicago’s Mayor Is Trying to Fight Environmental Racism
Mayor Brandon Johnson is introducing several methods intended to address how environment has a disproportionate racial impact.
‘Missing’ Ex-NFL-Player Sergio Brown Reportedly Resurfaces In Mexico Amid Mother's Mysterious Death
Brown was reported missing after his mother Myrtle Simmons-Brown was found dead.