A former Virginia police officer who was fired after donating to a defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse wants his job back now that Rittenhouse has been acquitted.
A 5-year-old child died after being rescued from an apartment fire on Monday night in Alton, the police chief announced Tuesday.
About 1,000 people marched through downtown Chicago Saturday afternoon, organized by Black Lives Matter Chicago and other local activist groups.
About 1,000 marched through the Loop Saturday afternoon, following a rally to protest the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenage gunman who fatally shot two men and wounded a third during last year’s racial justice protests in Kenosha.
A Kenosha police officer testified Friday he ignored Kyle Rittenhouse’s attempts to surrender because he believed there was still an active shooter situation and the teen didn’t behave as people typically do when they’re giving themselves up.
An off-duty Chicago police officer threatened to shoot herself before a struggle for her gun left her husband, another off-duty officer, dead, prosecutors said in court Friday.
The girl's disappearance from her family's camping tent on Australia's remote west coast more than two weeks ago both horrified and captivated the nation.
A southern Illinois man was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer at a gas station.
A prayer service will be held on Saturday in Central Park, hosted by several Decatur-area churches.
Fifteen years after plans for a $60 million National Railroad Hall of Fame visitor attraction off Interstate 74 were first announced, the project is now envisioned as a smaller facility adjacent to the Galesburg Amtrak station with a $7.7 million fundraising goal.
Justices held that John McCavitt’s rights were not violated when an officer looked through computer files and found images of child porn without getting a new warrant.
Business leaders and local officials gathered at the Decatur Airport on Thursday evening for the Decatur Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Chamber Celebration recognizing local businesses and their efforts in the past year.
A Madison County grand jury has indicted a Florissant, Missouri man on multiple felony counts in the Aug. 4 death of a Brooklyn police officer on the McKinley Bridge.
A Chicago suburb will pay $275,000 to a former police officer who says colleagues discriminated against him because of his Assyrian and Iraqi heritage.
A felon was caught leaving a stolen firearm from 2005 on a store’s shelf after witnessing a police K-9 conducting a free air sniff around his vehicle.
Three men have been charged with shooting seven people Thursday in East St. Louis, the Illinois State Police announced Friday night.
Elizabeth French, mother of slain Chicago police Officer Ella French, wrote a letter thanking several people on what would have been her daughter’s 30th birthday.
U.S. Capitol Police officers who were attacked and beaten during the Capitol riot filed a lawsuit Thursday against former President Donald Trump, his allies and members of far-right extremist groups.
Mental health clinicians will be partnered with Chicago police officers to answer calls for service in two neighborhoods starting Monday as part of a new mental health response in the city, officials said.
Legislation has been introduced to name a Decatur street after late Champaign police Officer Chris Oberheim, who was killed earlier this year.
Pierce, 24, of Carbondale, was fatally struck by a car on the McKinley Bridge on Aug. 4 in Venice, Illinois.