Cleveland police officers outside of the Quicken Loans Arena. (Evan Garcia)

Breakfast for Illinois delegates at the Republican National Convention on Monday opened with a moment of silence for the police officers killed in shootings in Baton Rouge on Sunday and Dallas earlier this month.

Sony Pictures is the latest victim of a cyber hack and data breach. The FBI is warning more cyber attacks are coming. We look at what it means for your wallet and security.

The city is in final preparations for the Chicago Marathon this weekend. But will it be safe in light of what happened in Boston? Paris Schutz has the details. View a route map and information on street closures.

We hear the latest plans for School Safety in the wake of CPS closings. Visit our Safe Passage story for web-exclusive videos and a detailed slideshow about the program, read a Q&A with CTU President Karen Lewis, view a map of closing and receiving schools, and a timeline of CPS closures. Read a recap of our live online chat.

With the NATO conference less than a month away, Chicago officials and security consultants are attempting to quell lingering fears among community organizations about the upcoming summit.

We talk to the heads of two security firms about how businesses are being advised to get ready for possible protests during the upcoming G8 and NATO Summits in Chicago.

Downtown building owners meet with local and federal security officials about Chicago G-8/NATO concerns. Paris Schutz has the details.

Chicago City Council

Expecting a tax refund from the state? Well, a new city ordinance may divert that money to City Hall. We talk with some Chicago aldermen about that, and other developments at today's City Council meeting.

Building Owners to Meet with Top Security Officials

Many in Chicago's real estate industry are concerned about security during the G-8/NATO Summits. A conference on Wednesday will bring them together with top security officials, including Police Chief Garry McCarthy and the U.S. Secret Service. Paris Schutz has the story.

Courtesy Cook County Department of Homeland Security

A $45 million federal homeland security grant was wasted by Cook County. The director of the County's Department of Homeland Security talks about the scandal and what's next.