Cheryl Corley

Cheryl Corley appears in the following:

News Brief: Trump Executive Order, Pence In Japan, Sears In Trouble

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

President Trump plans to sign an order on "Hire American" and "Buy American." Vice President Pence meets with Japan's prime minister after Trump targeted Japan for its huge trade surplus with the U.S.


Chicago Police Department Overhaul To Continue, Mayor Says

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Chicago says it will continue with police reform efforts even if the Department of Justice won't push for them. Many remain skeptical and worry about what less scrutiny will bring.


Treat Gun Violence Like A Public Health Crisis, One Program Says

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

A violence prevention program takes a public health approach to the gun violence in Chicago, where the program has struggled to find funding. In New York, the program has seen big results.


Lawsuit Accuses Milwaukee Police Of Abusive Stop And Frisk Practices

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The plaintiffs say random stops are up, and unfairly focus on blacks and Latinos. The police chief says his force doesn't have a practice of stop and frisk, and citizen complaints are down.


Scientific Conference Planners Concerned About Immigration Policy

Friday, February 17, 2017

There's increasing concern among planners of science and technical conferences about the Trump administration's immigration restrictions. Many groups signed a letter asking Trump to rescind the order.


Southern Poverty Law Center Records Rise In U.S. Hate Groups

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

A new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center says the number of hate groups in the U.S. increased for a second year in a row with a growing number of right wing extremists operating in cyberspace. The most dramatic change in the organization's annual count was an expanding number of anti-Muslim hate groups.


Trump Supporters Cheer Quick Starts On Campaign Promises In His First Weeks

Thursday, February 02, 2017

The Trump presidency's early days have been anything but uneventful. Trump voters in Algonquin, Ill., praise both the pace and content of his actions, from the travel ban to his Supreme Court nominee.


In Bid To Curb Violence, Chicago Gets Some Ideas From Teens Behind Bars

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

As law enforcement tries to combat the startling number of murders in the city, two young people share what they've learned in a detention center.


DOJ Report On Chicago Police Finds 'Pattern Of Excessive Force'

Friday, January 13, 2017

After a year-long investigation, the U.S. Justice Department reported on Friday that the Chicago police department uses excessive force and its officers are poorly trained.


Before Farewell Speech, Chicagoans Reflect On President Obama's Legacy

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Chicago got a chance to celebrate the victory of Barack Obama's election to the presidency twice. Now, as he delivers his farewell speech, residents reflect on what he meant for their city.


Chicagoans, Ex-Gang Members, Officials: 'No Easy Way To Stop The Violence'

Sunday, January 08, 2017

The numbers in 2016 were grim when it came to gun violence in the nation's third largest city.


Gun Deaths In Chicago: Why Is This Happening?

Saturday, January 07, 2017

Chicago saw a record number of murders in 2016. With more than 700 homicides, there is more than one issue that led to this problem.


Researchers Link Gun Violence To Public Health In Chicago Study

Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Every day in the United States more than 200 people are murdered or assaulted with a firearm. Researchers studying gun violence in Chicago looked at arrests and other data over an 8-year period to explain how gun violence can spread like an infectious disease.


In 2016, Violence Pervaded Policing On Both Ends Of The Gun

Monday, December 26, 2016

Officers were targeted and killed by gunmen, while police shootings spurred protests nationwide and prompted law enforcement agencies to take a hard look at use-of-force policies.


From Immigration To Infrastructure, Big-City Mayors Draw Up Wish List For Trump

Thursday, December 08, 2016

Worried about policy changes and potential cuts in federal funding that Donald Trump warned of on the stump, mayors are now sharing their ideas with the president-elect as he sets his urban agenda.


Demonstrations Continue At The Dakota Access Pipeline

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Demonstrators across the country are protesting against the completion of the Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline is located near the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. The federal government has halted construction, but the companies building the pipeline have asked a federal court to let them complete the project.


Army Corps Of Engineers Wants Further Study Of Dakota Access Pipeline

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Native Americans and supporters fighting the pipeline got a reprieve on Monday when the Army Corps of Engineers delayed a key decision on whether to let construction go ahead.


In A Sea Of Red, Illinois Stands Out As A Blue State

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Illinois is President Obama's adopted home state, and voters there backed Hillary Clinton. We pay a visit to Lou Mitchell's restaurant to talk to voters.


Chicago Cubs Fans Celebrate First World Series Win In 108 Years

Thursday, November 03, 2016

In Chicago, fans are giddy after the Chicago Cubs won the World Series beating the Cleveland Indians 8 to 7 in a game that lasted 10 innings. The win ends a 108-year-old championship drought, and some ecstatic fans are predicting it's the beginning of a dynasty.


101-Year-Old Chicago Cubs Fan Hopes Beloved Team Grants Her Birthday Wish

Friday, October 21, 2016

Centenarian Virginia Wood has a birthday wish — a World Series title for her Chicago team. But they'll have to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers before they compete for the top prize.