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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Ald. Devon Reid wears a suit and talks while seated at a desk.

Ald. Devon Reid talks ARPA allocations, public records access

November 22, 2021

This article is part of a four-part series featuring new City Councilmembers. The Daily is sitting down with councilmembers to find out how they’ve been adjusting to their new roles — and where they...

City Clerk Stephanie Mendoza smiles outside in front of a sign that says “Evanston.”

Evanston City Clerk Stephanie Mendoza prioritizes language accessibility

November 19, 2021

Growing up, City Clerk Stephanie Mendoza remembers missing school to help her parents translate essential tasks. After serving as an unofficial translator for years, Mendoza prioritizes expanding language...

An EPD officer in a navy blue uniform, seen from behind, leans against a cop car and watches a group of protestors in the background.

New EPD transparency dashboard to undergo updates amid data concerns

October 27, 2021

Five years after its inception, Evanston Police Department’s online transparency dashboard will enter its third iteration next month. As resident demands for departmental accountability have adapted...

Ald. Devon Reid (8th), a Black man, sits wearing a black suit with a red tie and a white lapel pin. There is a projector screen in the background and a green plastic drink bottle next to him.

Last July, former City Clerk Devon Reid implemented a police transparency policy. Almost a year later, the city has yet to follow it.

June 25, 2021

Last July, Devon Reid, Evanston’s city clerk at the time, announced a policy he claimed would increase police transparency: publishing Evanston Police Department misconduct and use of force records on...

An illustrated gray drone with “EPD” written on the bottom in black letters, above a green-blue background.

A year after purchase, questions linger around purpose of Evanston’s unused police and fire drone

May 6, 2021

Evanston Police Department’s aerial fleet is unassuming: a single four-rotor drone, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. While small, the drone makes up the entirety of an Unmanned Aerial...

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