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A man on parole in the battery of a police officer was shot to death at his Cicero home Wednesday night, a police spokesman said. Henry Martinez, 26, of of the 2900 block of South 48th Court in the west suburb, was declared dead on the scene at 11:09 p....
Tags: Cook County Government, Punishment, Murder, Punishment
A Cicero mother fatally stabbed her 18-year-old son in self-defense this morning after he attacked her and his 14-year-old brother, officials said. Jujuan Booth came home to the 1500 block of South 60th Court early this morning and began beating his 14-...
Tags: Health, Berwyn, Injuries and Wounds
William Dukes was convicted this afternoon in connection with a double murder in Cicero 18 years ago. A Cook County jury convicted Dukes of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Marilyn Williams, 46, and her 8-year-old granddaughter,...
TribLocal - Oak Park & River Forest » NewsA man on parole in the battery of a police officer was shot to death at his Cicero home Wednesday night following an earlier gang …...
Tribune reportersArmando Uvalle said he had noticed a slender man standing a few yards behind him as Uvalle watched his six children playing near the water at North Avenue Beach. The man held a briefcase and a bag, and he seemed to mutter to himself, said Uvalle, 30....
Tribune reporterSalvador Cicero remembers the case of a Mexican child who was allowed outside by his immigrant parents in the cold Chicago winter with no shoes. The little boy fell ill, and state child protective workers intervened. “But it wasn’t abuse and...
Tags: Politics, Migration, Mexico, Immigration
Special to the TribuneCicero officials will hire four new police officers early next year using a new $1.3 million federal grant. At Tuesday's town board meeting, trustees moved to accept the COPS Hiring Program grant, which will pay the salary of the four police officers for...
New U.S. census figures herald a future where Spanish is more likely to be heard inside classrooms and everything from politics to fashion and food will be executed with a Latin flair. After a steady increase of Latinos in the area due to births and...
A home repairman who stole a diamond ring and then swallowed it to keep it away from its owner has been charged with felony theft, authorities said today. Wilfredo Gonzalez, 30, of Chicago, was doing remodeling work to the victim's home in Cicero on Aug....
Tags: Justice System, Prosecution, Theft, Judges, Crimes
Clout StreetMayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday named an attorney who kept him on the Election Day ballot to a board overseeing port authority issues, one of more than two dozen appointments made ahead of the holiday weekend. Michael K. Forde, a partner at Mayer Brown,...
A Cicero man faces felony drug charges after authorities found 36 wooden clocks set to be delivered to the man hid more than 100 pounds of marijuana. Roberto Carlin, 38, of the 1800 block of South 61st Avenue in the west suburb, has been charged with...
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