Prosecutors and defense attorneys for the suburban Minneapolis police officer charged in Daunte Wright's death are to resume jury selection Wednesday after seating four the first day.
“While you can’t change officers’ hearts and minds, you can change their behavior,” said Maggie Hickey, a former federal prosecutor and court-appointed monitor.
Police in Aurora are investigating after rescuing five people from a weekend house fire that also injured six people.
Wisconsin prosecutors have filed multiple charges against an Illinois man accused driving drunk and causing a head-on collision last month.
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As the result of a shrinking pool of recruits, the Effingham Police Department has formed a committee in order to find better ways to recruit potential applicants.
Robert Tatman was a Champaign officer killed on duty with his own service revolver on Nov. 25, 1967. The case remains unsolved, and for 54 years, so was the question of where his badge went.
Police say they will pursue five intentional-homicide charges in the deadly parade crash in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A person taken into custody after an SUV plowed into holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, killing at least five people, has been identified. Here's the latest.
An SUV sped through barricades and into a Christmas parade in Waukesha on Sunday, killing at least five people and injuring more than 40 others in a horrifying scene captured by the city’s livestream and the cellphones of onlookers.
A red SUV sped through a Christmas parade Sunday evening in Waukesha. Multiple people died and more than 20, including children, were injured.
A compilation of some of the bystander videos posted to social media late Sunday after an SUV plowed through the Waukesha Christmas parade.
A deputy who intervened in a struggle between an inmate and a correctional officer at the Jefferson County Courthouse in late October likely saved both their lives, according to a law enforcement expert.
Law enforcement in Portland, Oregon, declared a riot Friday night as about 200 demonstrators protested the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse.
The man who was hurled to the ground by a Chicago cop in video that made widespread headlines two years ago pleaded guilty Thursday to spitting on the officer.
The search included more than a dozen first responders from Coles County, Douglas County, Charleston and Mattoon.
Police officers shot a person in Joliet Tuesday afternoon during a traffic stop, after the person’s vehicle struck an officer, Joliet Police said.
John Catanzara officially retired from the Chicago Police Department on Tuesday, his attorney announced, one day after the embattled head of the city’s largest police union dramatically revealed his plans to leave the department in the midst of a disciplinary case and perhaps run for mayor.
The controversial head of Chicago’s largest police union said Monday he will retire from the Chicago Police Department — an announcement that came just after he took the stand in a disciplinary hearing that could have ended with his firing.
Catanzara’s attorney, in an interview last week, raised his client’s First Amendment rights.
A man whose wife was struck and killed by a car being pursued by Chicago police officers will receive $2 million if a city committee approves a proposed settlement over her death.
U.S. District Judge Charles Norgle said prison time was required to deter others from trying to pay off the police.