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Archive | Streets of Chicagoland

CPD High-Tech Crimefighting Centers South Side and West Side; Park Ridge Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal DUI, Get 10 Days; Supt. Eddie Johnson on Kidney Donor List

New Strategic Decision Support Centers inside Chicago’s 7th and 11th Police include surveillance cameras, Enhanced Shot Spotter coverage, analytics and 24/7 staffing. — CBS Chicago Johnson said he became lightheaded while at New Strategic Decision Support Center press conference, after taking blood pressure medication on an empty stomach. Fainting was entirely unrelated to his kidney […]

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Protests in Chicago; Sun-Times Reporter Punched While Capturing Video of Vandalism on Michigan Ave

Large power outage also occurred from North Water Street north along the Lakefront to Chicago Avenue and westward to about Wells Street. Power outage area was near Trump Tower. Heavy fog conditions in Chicagoland, as well. Things are getting heated at Grand and State. Police just carried someone away and someone else ended up on […]

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Chicago Police Transit Officer Lowell Houser Charged with Murder in Off-Duty Shooting Death of Jose Nieves

Officer Lowell Houser, 57, was arrested and charged Wednesday for the Jan. 2 murder of Jose Nieves after a criminal investigation of the incident, according to the Cook County state’s attorney. — ABC 7 Chicago Houser has been a focus of at least 20 disciplinary investigations since the early 1990s, department records show. In 1994, he […]

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Chicago Bears Jay Cutler Body Shamed After Wife Posts “Flabby” Photo on Instagram

“He looks so flabby,” … “Jay been eatin them pancakes!” wrote another. — Chicago Tribune Cutler, 33, hasn’t played for the Bears since injuring his shoulder in the Nov. 20 loss to the New York Giants. His future with the Chicago Bears is uncertain. — Chicago Tribune NFL star Jay Cutler is body-shamed after his […]

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Posted in Chicago Bears, Streets of Chicagoland

Feds: CPD Dropped Gangbangers in Rival Territory If They Didn’t Talk; Chicago Cop Accused of Sex with Minor; More Mental Health Training for CPD, CFD

The practice — which has been an open secret dating back to at least the early 1990s —”significantly jeopardizes CPD’s relationship with the community.” — DNAinfoChicago Eugene Ciardullo, of Chicago’s Far Southwest Side, employed as a part-time security guard at a school where the victim was enrolled, was stripped of police powers. — ABC 7 […]

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NBC Chicago Announces 8 New Restaurants in Chicago; Bow Truss Closes All 10 of Its Chicago Coffee Shops; Zagat Looks at Temporis

CBS Chicago reports Bow Truss had agreed to sell a majority stake to businessman and TV personality Marcus Lemonis, of CNBC’s The Profit, but the deal fell apart. — CBS Chicago Temporis only has 20 seats, this allows the chefs to zero in on each diner and each plate. The whole idea of such a […]

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Posted in Dining +, Streets of Chicagoland

Urlacher Gets Temporary Custody of Son After Boy’s Stepfather Killed; Brighton Park Shooting Near Archer and Western; St Charles Home Invasion

Urlacher’s boy’s mother is Tyna Robertson, whose husband Ryan Karageorge died Dec. 29, 2016 from a gunshot wound after a birthday party. — Chicago Tribune Brian Urlacher gets temporary custody of son after boy's stepfather is killed — ChicagoBreaking (@ChicagoBreaking) January 12, 2017 1 dead, 4 wounded in Brighton Park shooting: […]

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Chicago Transgender Community Activating Against PRYSM Nightclub on Kingsbury St

Jay Graber, who identifies as transgender and uses the pronouns “they” and “them,” said they were turned away because they wore a dress while trying to get into PRYSM, 1543 N. Kingsbury Ave., on Dec. 30. — dna Chicago [An] employee “told us ‘there was no way in h— he would be letting a dude […]

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Posted in Peeps, Streets of Chicagoland

Chicago Saying Goodbye to President Barack Obama

The tickets, which were free to the public on a first come, first serve basis at McCormick Place, are being offered up for as high as $2500 per ticket on the site. — dnainfo Chicago As his time in office comes to a close, President Obama will return to Chicago to deliver his Farewell Address […]

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Posted in Politics, Streets of Chicagoland

While People Appreciate the Work Outside at Our Airports, But Security Is Being Scrutinized Today in Chicago

Only two days since a man killed 5 people in the shooting at the Ft. Lauderdale airport, a scare Sunday at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Chicago Police say a man breached a security checkpoint in Terminal 3 and tried to board a Spirit Airlines flight. Man Subdued After Breaching Security At O'Hare — CBS […]

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Man with Long Criminal History Gets 22 Years for Stealing TV Remote; 4 Torturing Kidnappers Denied Bail

On Aug. 1, 2015, Eric Bramwell walked into the common area of the apartment complex at 121 Cross St. in Wheaton, prosecutors said. He took the remote control unit but dropped a glove, which was found by police and tested for DNA, with a match made to Bramwell … Man gets 22 years for stealing […]

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Inmates Stabbed in Cook County Jail Fight; Images of Armed Robbery Suspects at Sports Cutz, Oak Lawn

Five detainees were taken to area hospitals to be treated for their injuries, including stab wounds, according to Cook County Sheriff’s Office press secretary Sophia Ansari. CAUGHT ON VIDEO: 5 inmates injured in Cook County Jail fight… — ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago) January 7, 2017 DO YOU KNOW THEM? Police looking for three men […]

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