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Public Safety

Year later, Hadiya's parents still grieve -- and hope

Chicago detectives solved a higher percentage of murders in 2013

Kirk: More than $18.5 million available to cops to fight street gangs

National Youth Gun Violence Day brings Chicago together to talk solutions

Businesses must post approved signs to keep out concealed guns

Homicides: Why do Chicago Police and the medical examiner's office report different totals?

Rev. Al Sharpton meeting: More jobs would reduce gun violence, some say

Chicago FOP president suspended, called ‘a dictator’

State police analyze backlog of 4,000 rape kits

County sheriff takes aim at state's concealed carry law

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart on Tuesday criticized the program through which Illinois officials will accept applications beginning next month from those seeking concealed carry permits. The system was created under a state law set to take effect on Jan. 1.

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