1,000 Shooting Victims So Far This Year In ChicagoTwo were people shot on Tuesday evening in the Belmont Central neighborhood, bringing Chicago’s gun violence toll to 1,000 victims this year.
Cook County Judge Killed, Woman Wounded In ShootingPolice said Judge Raymond Myles and the woman were getting ready to go to the gym shortly before 5 am, when they were shot outside his home.
1 Dead, 15 Injured In Cincinnati Nightclub GunfightNo suspect is in custody, and there is no indication the shooting at the Cameo nightclub was terrorism related.
2 Killed, 28 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsMore than 680 people have been shot in Chicago so far this year, 120 fatally.
Overdose Analysis On West Side Leads Police To Drug And Gun ArrestsDrug overdoses on Chicago’s West Side helped police get dozens of alleged gang members and drug traffickers off the streets.
Trump-Backing Cleveland Pastor Cancels Tuesday 'Summit'Cleveland-area pastor Darrell Scott abruptly canceled a planned meeting Tuesday with “street leaders” eager to bring an end to violence in Chicago with the help of President Donald Trump.
CPD Supt. Johnson To Meet A.G. Sessions To Discuss Chicago CrimePolice Supt. Eddie Johnson was in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to meet with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about gun violence in Chicago.
St. Charles Residents Mourning 3 Killed, Including Two Teen GirlsThe teen girls have been identified as Tiffany and Brittany Coffland, both 16. The dead man was named Randall Coffland, 48.
4 Killed, 14 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across ChicagoFour men were killed and at least 14 other people have been wounded in shootings across the city since Friday afternoon.
Johnson Sees "Room For Optimism" In CPD February Crime DataWhile murders and shootings through February in Chicago saw only a slight decline from last year, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said there was reason for optimism in the city’s two most violent police districts.
Duckworth To Trump: Fight Crime With Funding For Economic DevelopmentU.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth said if President Donald Trump is serious about helping Chicago deal with violent crime, he’ll focus on investments in impoverished neighborhoods.
Supt. Eddie Johnson: Criminals Think Chicago Judicial System 'A Joke'Chicago's police superintendent said criminals view Cook County's judicial system as "a joke" when it comes to holding gang gunmen accountable for their violence.

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