Dwayne Timberlake, 22, was charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting and killing 24-year-old Princess Cole Streeter near the intersection of 75th Street and Exchange Avenue in the early hours of Feb. 5, 2011
A 36-year-old man who was shot in the South Side Auburn Gresham neighborhood died about an hour later, after he was rushed to John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County.
Most recently, a female was shot in the head in the East Garfield Park neighborhood.
The boy is at least the 12th person wounded in shootings in the city since Wednesday night and the sixth since Thursday afternoon.
At least seven people were injured in shootings across the city Thursday night and early Friday. A Chicago Police officer also shot a teen who ran from officers during a street stop early Friday in the Northwest Side Portage Park neighborhood.
They were in a car that crashed into a tree in the 0 to 100 block of East 75th Street about 11:20 p.m., Fire Media Affairs said.
Four people were wounded in a Thursday afternoon shooting on a South Shore neighborhood street — just a block away from where five people were wounded in a December shooting.
Firefighters began fighting the fire early Sunday morning on 75th Place, between Exchange and Coles.
A man has been charged in connection with a police-involved shooting early Friday in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood on the South Side that left him hospitalized.
There has been another police-involved shooting, this time on the South Side.
Residents of some parts of Chicago protested and tried to stop Wal-Mart when the retailer announced plans to move in, but in Naperville, the city government is willing to dish out some big money to keep Wal-Mart from leaving.
It was another bloody night in Chicago, as gunfire ripped through communities on the South and West sides and left one person dead and 10 others injured between Monday afternoon and early Tuesday morning.
Three people were shot Saturday afternoon in the South Shore neighborhood on the South Side.
Police are searching for a gunman who killed a woman and wounded a man in a drive-by shooting in the Grand Crossing neighborhood.
Five days after his funeral home was shut down for lack of heat or power, a South Shore mortician said he’s not about to go out of business.
The owner of a South Shore neighborhood funeral home is defending himself, after police and city inspectors shut down his business and said they found several code violations.
One person was killed, and three others were injured, in a crash overnight in the South Side’s Grand Crossing neighborhood.
A memorial was held Thursday morning, one year to the day after two Chicago firefighters died when the roof of a South Shore neighborhood building collapsed in a fire.
The owners of the South Side laundry where two Chicago firefighters died a year ago, are now facing criminal charges.
A 12-year-old boy is one of the three suspects charged with beating and robbing two men this week in the South Shore neighborhood.