"This dynamic is playing out in every metro in the nation no matter the demographic of residents, the party in charge or the state the city calls home," Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett said last week.
Using a harness to dangle off the side of the building, the man demanded to speak to President Donald Trump.
Data released by the Chicago Police Department shows the city seeing at least 611 homicides from the beginning of the year through October 11. A tracker from the Chicago Sun-Times shows 616 homicides in the city throughout 2020.
Ashton Lipscomb, 9, was found by police motionless and bleeding from a head wound.
Jim Dow recently bought the house in the Calumet Heights neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, to renovate and was stunned to find cash in a number of envelopes hidden around the living room.
Sayers only played for seven years, but was a celebrated player in his time on the field for the Chicago Bears.
Several duffel bags containing 225 pounds of meth were discovered off I-70 in Putnam County.
Officials blocked off several streets in the downtown area, citing traffic from the celebrations ahead of Mexico's Independence Day on September 16.
Significantly greater percentages of Black and Latino residents are facing major economic hardships than White residents in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston.
In its preliminary report, the NYPD listed 22 shooting incidents, 28 victims and five homicides. Chicago police reported 51 people shot and 10 fatalities.
The Cliffton, a bar in Patchogue, posted a Super Bowl-esque betting box on its Instagram account last week. In it, patrons could purchase four boxes, each with a number predicting the city's shooting-death totals over Labor Day weekend.
The Chicago Board of Education on Wednesday voted 4-2, with one abstention, to approve one-year $12 million intergovernmental agreement the will keep Chicago Police Department officers inside 55 high schools until 2021.
A Chicago man recently apologized after he live streamed himself breaking into an ATM during a string of protests and looting incidents in the city.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said on Tuesday that 60 percent of the illegal guns confiscated in Chicago come from out of state.
A viral video claims to show people caught on a Chicago bridge as it was unexpectedly raised, but the city said the people climbed the bridge as trespassers.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday suggested that the "lax gun laws" in states such as Mississippi and Indiana is causing the increase in violence in the city.
The sandwich chain said the $10 million loan "will go to our dedicated employees, to preserving jobs and to keeping shops open."
Regardless of an individual's life circumstances, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said it is "never justifiable to take what is not yours."
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday that the incident, which began Sunday and continued into the early hours of Monday, was not the result of peaceful demonstrators.
"I don't care if somebody decides to loot a Gucci or a Macy's or a Nike because that makes sure that that person eats," Black Lives Matter Chicago organizer Ariel Atkins said.
Cook County Prosecutor Kim Foxx pushed back against criticism that her leniency in the wake of George Floyd's death gave Chicago looters confidence to engage in criminal behavior.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot called upon the state's attorney to "put your best people on this" after a night of looting and violence.
A crowd gathered outside the police station on 18th and South State Street in Chicago for a demonstration organized by Black Lives Matter Chicago.
"We are already at work on finding you, and we intend to hold you accountable for your actions," the mayor said, addressing the looting participants.
More than 100 people were arrested during a period of vandalism and disorder which lasted for several hours.
The Illinois city saw several hours of violence and unrest following an officer-involved shooting on Sunday.
Hundreds of people ransacked businesses in downtown Chicago on Sunday night, hours after an officer-involved shooting.
The city's police superintendent described the looting as an act of "pure criminality."