The very first question surrounding dashcam video of the shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald came on Dec. 8, 2014, from independent journalist Jamie Kalven, NBC 5 Investigates found. Read More
At just short of 4 years and seven months, ousted Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy served longer than either of his two predecessors, Jody Weis and Phil Cline. Read More
Amid the fallout over the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald, activists and family members of another young African American killed by a Chicago officer are asking for an investigation. Read More
The dismissal of Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy closed the door on his four and a half years as Chicago’s top cop but left open questions first raised by NBC 5 Investigates. Chief among the questions: why was there no... Read More
On the night of the Laquan McDonald shooting, Chicago police entered the nearby Burger King restaurant on Pulaski Road to see what its security cameras captured, a store official told NBC5 News six months ago. Read More
On a protest-filled Friday, it helps to return to the events of the night of Oct. 20, 2014. when Laquan McDonald was shot and killed. Not long after the shooting, Chicago police officers flooded Pulaski Road where the initial... Read More
From the beginning of the sad, tragic saga of LaQuan McDonald, one question has been asked over and over: Why was he shot by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke? Read More
At least two mounted police dash cameras recorded video, including the one showing 17-year old Laquan McDonald being felled by the first of 16 bullets striking him. None of the units on the scene that night recorded audio. Read More
The dash-cam video of the Laquan McDonald shooting has no audio, which has some raising questions about what exactly happened the night a CPD officer shot him 16 times. NBC 5's Political Editor Carol Marin reports.
Dash-cam video showing the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by a Chicago Police officer is released. NBC 5's Phil Rogers reports.