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City Can’t Find Man’s Stolen Car, but NBC5 Investigates Did

City Can’t Find Man’s Stolen Car, but NBC5 Investigates Did

Richard Maslowski has a problem. He says his car was stolen March 22nd, and police can’t find it. Yet, he's still receiving tickets for the stolen vehicle. Read More

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Tuesday, Jun 7, 2016
Man Continues to Receive Parking Tickets for Stolen Car

Man Continues to Receive Parking Tickets for Stolen Car

Richard Maslowski has a problem. He says his car was stolen March 22nd, and police can’t find it. Yet, he's still receiving tickets for the stolen vehicle. Read More

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Monday, Jun 6, 2016
War of Words Between City, Attorney Who Sued for McDonald Video

War of Words Between City, Attorney Who Sued for McDonald Video

A war of words has erupted between the Chicago Law Department and the attorney who won the release of the Laquan McDonald video. The fight is over hundreds of emails the city released on New Year's Eve, many of which contain... Read More

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Thursday, May 26, 2016
Chicago-Area Animal Shelter Under Fire For Alleged Animal Neglect

Chicago-Area Animal Shelter Under Fire For Alleged Animal Neglect

A well-known Chicago-area animal shelter is coming under fire by former employees who allege some of the animals are malnourished, neglected and left in inhumane conditions to die. “It became normal for me to see an... Read More

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016
DOJ Requests Documents in Chicago Police Probe

DOJ Requests Documents in Chicago Police Probe

The U.S. Justice Department asked the city to turn over policies on how Chicago police officers use their personal cell phones to record video and audio while on duty. Read More

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Friday, May 20, 2016
Emanuel Could Testify on CPD Code of Silence After Judge's Ruling

Emanuel Could Testify on CPD Code of Silence After Judge's Ruling

A Federal judge stuck to his guns Friday, ruling the city cannot just admit that a code of silence exists within the Chicago Police Department -- he wants to hear Mayor Rahm Emanuel describe it for himself. Read More

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Thursday, May 19, 2016
Police More Likely to Stop, Search Minority Drivers in Chicago Area

Police More Likely to Stop, Search Minority Drivers in Chicago Area

You see the blinking lights in your rearview mirror: You’ve just gotten pulled over by police. For many drivers, a stop like this ends with a citation, or maybe just a warning. Read More

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Monday, May 16, 2016
Concerns Grow Over Dangerous Prank Sweeping the Nation

Concerns Grow Over Dangerous Prank Sweeping the Nation

A phenomenon called swatting is sweeping the country, and while those behind the hoax say it’s a harmless prank, law enforcement is worried the prank could get someone killed. Read More

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Friday, May 13, 2016
New Hope For Heroin Overdoses

New Hope For Heroin Overdoses

Some time this year residents in Illinois will be able to buy, without a prescription, a drug that may reverse heroin overdoses. Read More

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Thursday, May 5, 2016
Chicago-Area Police Pursuits Kill, Injure Scores of Bystanders

Chicago-Area Police Pursuits Kill, Injure Scores of Bystanders

A two-month NBC5 investigation reveals that many fatal chases were never reported to the state agency charged with reviewing police pursuits. And most deadly local police chases likely should never have started in the first place,... Read More

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