A man pleaded guilty to charges Thursday in connection with the fatal 2021 shooting of Chicago police officer Ella French and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
Waiting game: As immigration backlog grows, attorneys say some clients wait years for resolution
That federal courts, including the one in Chicago that handles all Indiana immigration cases, have a case backlog is something that immigration attorneys have gotten used to over the years. But that backlog has now reached record levels.Read More
A judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit the city of Chicago filed against a northwestern Indiana store that alleged it sold hundreds of guns in straw purchases that ended up in the hands of felons or at crime scenes in the city.
A man who transported 2,500 THC vape cartridges across state lines will not have his dealing conviction overturned after the Court of Appeals of Indiana rejected his appellate arguments.
An Indiana man who pleaded guilty to making an illegal “straw” purchase of a handgun that was later used to kill a Chicago police officer was sentenced Wednesday to 2 1/2 years in prison.
A New York truck driver faces more than two dozen felony charges following a weekend collision in northern Indiana between his semitrailer and a Chicago youth hockey team’s bus that injured 16 of the student athletes, authorities said.
Survivors of the mass shooting at a suburban Chicago Independence Day parade and family members of those killed filed 11 lawsuits Wednesday against the manufacturer of the rifle used in the attack.
U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois John R. Lausch Jr. provided an update on the work of the cross-jurisdictional Firearms Trafficking Strike Force last week, which noted 30 individuals are facing charges in Indiana — more than any other state participating in the effort.
The man charged with killing seven people when he unleashed a hail of bullets on an Independence Day parade from a rooftop was expected in court Wednesday as authorities faced questions about how he was allowed to buy several guns, despite threatening violence.
A shooter fired on an Independence Day parade from a rooftop in suburban Chicago, spraying the crowd with gunshots initially mistaken for fireworks before hundreds of panicked revelers of all ages fled in terror. At least six people were killed and at least 30 wounded.
A federal grand jury in Indianapolis has handed down indictments charging six Hoosiers with gun-related crimes after they were found to have allegedly made straw purchases of more than 90 firearms.
Michael Williams’ wife pleaded with him to remember their fishing trips with the grandchildren, how he used to braid her hair, anything to jar him back to his world outside the concrete walls of Cook County Jail.
The city of Chicago filed a lawsuit Monday against Westforth Sports in Gary, alleging the retailer has “engaged in a pattern of illegal sales that has resulted in the flow of hundreds, if not thousands, is illegal firearms” across state lines and into the Windy City.
At this fraught moment in American history, the Supreme Court of the United States is doing its best to keep its head down, going about its regular business and putting off as many politically charged issues as it can, including whether President Donald Trump’s tax returns must be turned over to prosecutors in New York.
Hundreds of people smashed windows, stole from stores and clashed with police early Monday in Chicago’s Magnificent Mile shopping district and other parts of the city’s downtown.