8 Wounded Wednesday Morning In Chicago ShootingsAt least eight people were wounded in shootings before noon Wednesday on Chicago’s South and West sides.
Police: 7 Killed, 14 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsAt least 21 people were shot across the city from Friday evening to Saturday morning, leaving seven dead, according to Chicago Police.
13 Shot, 5 Fatally, In First 3 Hours Of WeekendAt least 13 people were shot in a burst of gun violence across the city during the first three hours of the weekend, leaving five dead, according to Chicago Police.
Most Accidental Shootings Of Illinois Children In ChicagoForty-two times during a 2½-year span, a child was killed or injured in an accidental shooting in Illinois.
Markham Club Shuts Down Voluntarily After Series Of ShootingsAfter a series of shootings, a far South Suburban Markham nightclub is closing its doors voluntarily.
12 Shot On South, West Sides Since Friday EveningTen people, including a 13-year-old boy, have been wounded in shootings since Friday evening on the South and West sides.
2 Dead, 8 Wounded In Monday Shootings On South, West SidesA woman who was not an intended target was one of two people killed in shootings that left eight others wounded Monday on the city’s South and West sides.
Person Fatally Shot By Markham PoliceThe shooting happened outside the Stadium Club in the 16300 block of Dixie Highway in Markham.
Why Is Chicago A Murder Capital? Clues From A Bloody MonthAn analysis of the August toll shows more clearly than ever who's dying in the Chicago slaughter and what's behind it.
12 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsAt least 12 people have been hurt — one critically — in shootings in Chicago since Friday evening.
1 Killed, 7 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsOne person was killed and six others were wounded in shootings on the West and Northwest Sides since Friday afternoon.
Community Activists Hang American Flag Upside-Down After Recent Chicago ViolenceCommunity activists hung Thursday the American flag upside-down near the 79th street CTA red line stop, in response to Chicago’s violence.

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