Pipe Bombs Found At Indiana Post Office

EAST CHICAGO, Ind. – Authorities in East Chicago, Indiana say two pipe bombs have been found at a post office following a possible explosion. Read more

Uber Driver Oral Sex Mid-Ride

A video posted to Facebook appears to show an Uber driver receiving oral sex from a female while a man in the backseat was on the way to his destination. Read more

Jewish Marchers Banned From Chicago LGBTQ March

A parade in Chicago celebrating the lesbian community banned three Jewish women carrying Jewish Pride flags. Read more

Rabbi Makes Plea For Thief To Return Stolen Religious Items

The thief probably had no idea what he was grabbing when he broke into a car on the Northwest Side. Read more

Officer Who Dragged Bloodied Passenger off Flight Placed On Leave

One of the officers who dragged a passenger off a United Airlines flight did not follow standard operating procedures and has been placed on leave, according to the Chicago Aviation Department. Read more

Judge Shot Dead Outside His Chicago Home

The Chicago judge who ordered a suspect in the killings of singer Jennifer Hudson’s family held without bail was found shot to death on Monday, according to a report. Read more

The Moment A Passenger Was DRAGGED off An Overbooked United Flight

A video posted on Facebook late Sunday evening shows a passenger on a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville being forcibly removed from the plane before takeoff at O’Hare International Airport. Read more

ATF Sending More Agents To Chicago

CHICAGO — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said Saturday that it is examining a variety options to address Chicago’s deadly crime surge, including sending a number of its agents to the city on permanent assignments. Read more

Black PhD Student Is Beaten and Cuffed When Cops Refuse To Believe The Car Is His

EVANSTON, Ill. — Police thought Northwestern doctoral student Lawrence Crosby was driving a stolen car, but it turned out that car belonged to him. Read more

Black Lives Matter: Chicago Murders Top 700 Annually for First Time Since 1990s

CHICAGO—Murders here surpassed the 700 mark Thursday, a somber tally not seen since the drug wars of the 1990s as the police department continues reforms aimed at regaining public trust. Read more