Five people were killed–including a 13-year-old boy–and at least 43 others were wounded in shootings across the city over the weekend.
This long Thanksgiving weekend has seen a man stabbed to death, three men fatally shot and at least 18 people wounded by gunfire.
Four people are dead and 22 others wounded from acts of violence in Chicago this weekend.
Three men are dead and at least 13 people were wounded in separate shootings in Chicago from Friday night through Sunday.
The city saw another violent weekend as five men were killed and at least 24 people were wounded in separate shootings since Friday afternoon.
A Will County jury found Vernon McCormick of Lockport guilty in July of the Jan. 3, 2011, murder of Deonte Lesley.
Two men were killed and seven others – including three boys just 14 years old – were wounded in shootings in Chicago within a period of eight hours Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
It has been a terrifying and deadly weekend in Chicago, with at least seven people dead and at least 24 more wounded in shootings since Friday afternoon.
Men were shot and killed overnight in separate incidents in the South Chicago and Englewood neighborhoods.
Two people were killed and eight others were wounded in gun violence that struck several neighborhoods on the city’s South and West sides overnight.
One teenage boy was killed and 12 others were injured in Chicago just between 9 p.m. Monday and 5 a.m. Tuesday.
Gunfire over the weekend left three men dead and at least 26 others wounded, from Portage Park to Auburn-Gresham.
Three people were killed, and seven others were injured, in shootings during the day Thursday as the high climbed to 102 degrees, and during the steamy night afterward.
Gunfire has taken another deadly toll on the city, leaving at least three people dead and 13 more wounded in shootings on the 4th of July alone.
Two men were killed and five people were wounded – including a 17-year-old pregnant girl – in a rash of shootings late Monday and early Tuesday.
Conditions were pleasant overnight, but violence spilled onto the streets of Chicago in many areas – leaving three people dead and at least five others wounded from 4 p.m. Monday to 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Seven people were shot and killed during a violent weekend throughout the city, and all but one of the victims were slain on the West Side.