It's report card day for the Chicago Police Department. Due to past failures, they get graded twice a year by the federal government on progress toward court-ordered reforms. Today's results? Incomplete. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
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- Lexington Herald-Leader
The nurse who previously said she had no regrets wrote that she is “sorry for what happened that day.”
- KGO – San Francisco
"I just think the situation in Oakland is horrible and getting worse everyday."
A man who attacked an 11-year-old Black girl in a New York City park last week is now in custody. […] The post Man arrested for attack on 11-year-old girl in New York City park appeared first on TheGrio.
- Miami Herald
A Connecticut pimp’s planned tour of major tourist and sporting events with two women and a 17-year-old girl ended with the first stop, January 2020 during Super Bowl Week in Miami. And he’ll be watching the next several Super Bowls from federal prison.
- Business Insider
A Frontier Airlines pilot accused of secretly recording a Florida student with a spy camera has been arrested, police say
A Florida college student, who was allegedly recorded by a Frontier pilot, told WKMG she saw a flashing light and discovered a camera recording her.
- Kansas City Star
The men who were fighting one another “redirected their aggression to the owner,” police said.
- Kansas City Star
Inside the house, there was nothing but a sofa and a bed with no sheets. | Opinion from Melinda Henneberger
- The New York Times
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — For decades, when Hewitt Sawyers drove past the monument of the Confederate soldier standing tall in his city’s public square, he felt the weight of slavery’s long shadow. Sawyers, 73, had attended a segregated school in Franklin, about 20 miles south of Nashville. He read from torn books passed down from the local white high school. The courthouse offered a “colored” water fountain, and the movie theater did not welcome him on the lower floor. As Confederate monuments across t
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyFlorida’s Governor Ron DeSantis gave us a sneak preview of how Republican leaders will challenge the Biden Administration’s proposed mandate that would require private sector employers with 100 or more employees to either vaccinate their staff or impose weekly COVID tests. The mandate would affect nearly two-thirds of the private sector workforce, and judging from the success of other recent mandates, it would be a major step towards
The 5-year-old boy's mother and her boyfriend have been arrested. Prosecutors said the couple asked others to lie about the child's whereabouts.
- Yahoo News UK
Sean Howarth, 31, also emptied the victim's bank account.
- The Telegraph
Alec Baldwin risks being prosecuted for involuntary manslaughter over the accidental shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, legal experts have warned.
"Her behavior suggests somebody that ... is not tethered to reality or basic standards of decent behavior," the CNN host said of her fight with Liz Cheney.
Investigators shared that more than half of the seized 410 luxury cars are indeed stolen.
- Fox News
An angry man slapped the new governor of an Iranian province in an unusual security lapse.
- Business Insider
Hooters waitress reveals how much she makes in tips, with one shift netting her as much as $408 on top of her $2.13 hourly wage
Kirsten Songer, who works at Hooters, used a TikTok video to discuss the tips she earns on top of her hourly wage of $2.13.
- WABC – NY
A 13-year-old girl was arrested after a violent brawl broke out at a high school on Staten Island Friday.
Two police officers in Connecticut accused of drinking and ignoring calls while on duty resign from their job
Michael DiMeglio and Sarah Laudano resigned from their jobs at Norwalk Police after reportedly drinking and ignoring calls while on the job.
- WCVB - Boston
Investigators returned to the woods of Abington, Massachusetts Saturday and found what they believe to be the body of a New Hampshire boy who has not been seen for about a month, Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said.
A daycare owner who hid 26 kids behind a false wall in her basement was sentenced to 6 years in prison
In 2019, Faith told police there were no kids at the daycare, but an officer heard a child crying and saw backpacks on the floor, an affidavit said.