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He's also giving six-figure sums to a cancer center that bears the late Maggie Daley's name and a prominent children's hospital. Daley could have put the money in his pocket and paid taxes on it. State law bans that practice, but Daley is part of an
Retired deputy Chicago police chief Joe Gandurski shows off the book he wrote at his home in Chicago...The 1812 battle of Fort Dearborn in what now is downtown Chicago was short but brutal. Nearly all of the soldiers and their family members who were
A $6,000 reward has been offered for information about a burglary at a Chicago police stable that left two horses injured last week on the Southeast Side. The burglary occurred about midnight Sept. 17 at the stables on the grounds of the South Shore
Chicago Police held a Father's Day mass at the Gold Star Families Memorial and Park In Chicago on June 17, 2012...Updated: June 17, 2012 5:33PM Graffiti threatened to mar a Sunday morning mass for the families of fallen Chicago Police officers.
Ministers and other community leaders gathered today to urge the public to work with the police in apprehending suspects in the shooting death of an off-duty Chicago police officer...Ira Acree said the group pooled $2,000 into a reward fund for
More than 200 Chicago police officers, former officers and their families packed a makeshift chapel today at the Fraternal Order of Police, offering a unified prayer to heal a popular former police superintendent in the fight of his life...Cline, 61,
More than 1,000 motorcycles roared down Lake Shore Drive on Sunday morning as part of an annual procession commemorating Chicago police officers killed in the line of duty. It was the largest turnout to date for the Area 4 Ride to Remember, now in
Alan Haymaker, mile 10 for Officer Thomas Wortham IV, mile 11 for Officer Thor Soderberg, mile 12 for Officer Michael Bailey and the last one for Officer Michael Flisk, Jacobson said, his voice breaking with emotion. "Whenever you're in trouble, you
It has been seven months since gunfire took the life of Chicago police Officer Thomas Wortham IV outside his parents' home in the Chatham neighborhood. Yet a visit to the home Sunday by retired and current police officers dressed as Santa Claus, Mrs.
Staff Reporter / email@example.com A former Chicago cop has written to Canadian authorities to plead with them to bar the man who shot him from being allowed to return to Canada. In a letter to Canadian government officials, the former officer,