Chicago’s Top Cop Fired After LaQuan McDonald Video Went Public

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the firing on Tuesday, just days after he held a press conference with then Police Supt. Garry McCarthy over the police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. The mayor said he and McCarthy began discussing the future of the department on Sunday, and on Tuesday morning, he asked for the superintendent’s resignation. First Deputy Supt. John Escalante will serve as acting superintendent while the Chicago Police Board conducts a national search for a permanent...

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4th of July Business as Usual in Chicago – 60 People Shot, 9 Killed

While the rest if the nation celebrated America's independence, Chicago residents were busy doing what they are slowly becoming known for - shooting each other. The holiday weekend left 60 people shot, 9 killed. The first fatal shooting occurred around 2:30 a.m. on Friday, kicking the weekend off to a violent start. Corey Hudson, 34, was killed in a drive-by shooting. Hudson was fatally shot, while his friend was left wounded. There were also three police-involved shootings on July 4th alone,...

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Chicago Train Derailment – At Least 32 People Injured

The Blue Line train derailed at the end of the platform and barreled towards the entrance of the terminals shortly before 3am. Passengers were taken to three hospitals in the area to be treated for minor injuries following the eight-car derailment. Most of the injured were being treated for neck and back pain, along with bumps and bruises. At least 32 adults were injured after a train derailed at 2.50am on Monday at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois The Blue Line train ploughed...

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Chicago Doctor – I’ll Write You The Prescription If You Give Me Sex

The doctor traded prescription for Sex about 150 times with 16 different patients. Joshua D. Baron, 40, pled guilty Friday in federal court to a charge of illegally distributing a prescription drug in exchange for sex in 2009. He was freed on his own recognizance as he awaits sentencing on June 30. Baron faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a $1million fine. Due to his plea, however, he will likely get between 9 and 11 years, according to federal sentencing guidelines. Baron,...

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More Guns in Chicago – More Than 13,000 Concealed Carry Appliants OK’d – Video

Just what Chicago needs. More guns. That should slow the ever increasing crime rate *wink wink*. This, after a judge gave the green light for more gun shops to open their doors for business in the bullet ridden capital of the United states. The NRA must be so proud!

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13 People Including 3 Year Old Shot Thursday Night in a Chicago Park

2nd Amendment Rights. Thirteen people, including a 3-year-old boy who suffered a gunshot wound to the head, were shot at a Chicago park in the Back of the Yards neighborhood Thursday night, authorities said. Ten adults and the 3-year-old were transported by Fire Department ambulances after the attack in the 1800 block of West 51st Street in the Back of the Yards neighborhood, said Fire Department Deputy District Chief James Mungovan at the scene. A 12th victim was believed to have driven himself...

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Sex Ed Now Mandatory in Chicago Kindergarten Schools

Some people may think a five-year old is too young for sex education. Administrators with Chicago Public schools do not. New to the curriculum this year, mandatory sexual and health education for kindergarten classes. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker took at look at the lesson the little ones will be learning. Like every other kindergartener, Angelina Yang is learning reading, writing, arithmetic–and now sexual health education. “I want to know what kind of education she is receiving before...

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