Chance took aim during halftime at the Cavs-Bulls game last night.
The incident drew the attention of GOP nominee Donald Trump, who tweeted out a message not to console Aldridge's family, but rather to tastelessly pander to black voters.
VICE News speaks with an active-duty CPD officer, Superintendent Eddie Johnson, and a mother of victims to better understand the dynamics at play in Chicago amidst a surge in gun violence.
After serving 12 years in prison, Cobe Williams joined community outreach program Ceasefire, working to help end the cycle of violence on Chicago's South Side.
Reparations paid to 57 victims of police torture in a bid to soothe tensions with the city's African-American community were only distributed to those whose claims were found to be credible after a months-long vetting process.
Chicago Police Department policy prohibits officers from firing into a moving vehicle, unless necessary to prevent death or great bodily harm to the officer or another person.
Chicago approved a $5.5 million package for victims who experienced torture under former police commander Jon Purge and his officers between 1972 and 1991.