East End Avenue
A South Side man charged in connection with a fatal shooting earlier this month in the South Shore neighborhood has been ordered held without bond.
The attacker is said to be between 19 and 23. Police said the man approached the girl as she walked east on 93rd Street at Cornell Avenue, made small talk for several minutes, then pulled out a handgun and forced her into an alley near 93rd Street and East End Avenue, where the attack occurred.
The lone fatality occurred Friday afternoon in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood on the South Side.
The man, 74, was found in a vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds to the body about 4:45 a.m. in the 7000 block of South East End Avenue.
The most recent fatal shooting occurred about 5:20 a.m. in the South Shore neighborhood. Officers found an unresponsive, 41-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds inside a vehicle in the 6700 block of South East End Avenue.
A 56-year-old Chicago woman – identified by a longtime friend as an unemployed single mother of five – was found gunned down on a sidewalk in the South Shore neighborhood overnight.
A man was found fatally shot early Sunday in the South Side Calumet Heights neighborhood.
The busy 95th Street CTA Red Line terminal on the city’s South Side turned into a crime scene overnight.
Bond was denied Sunday for a 24-year-old man charged with the June 26 murder of a 77-year-old man in his South Side home.
Police remained on the scene Wednesday morning after two people over the age of 60 were found brutally murdered in their homes about six blocks away from each other on East 90th Street.
A 21-year-old man has been ordered held without bond for allegedly shooting at a Chicago police officer while fleeing police over the weekend.
A Chicago police officer was shot Sunday afternoon in the South Shore neighborhood.
Seventeen people were left homeless Wednesday morning when a fire broke out in a large South Side apartment building.
At least seven people were wounded late Saturday and early Sunday in shootings throughout the city.
Ten people who live in a residential cooperative in the Hyde Park neighborhood are going to court to keep the building from being turned into condos.