A member of the Chicago Police Department looks around the scene of a shooting in the 3300 block of West Flournoy Street on Sept. 5, 2016, in the Homan Square neighborhood of Chicago.
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Over the weekend, eight people were killed and 35 were wounded in Chicago.

That toll pushed Chicago past another horrid milestone, the Chicago Tribune reports. As of early Monday, at least 3,028 people have been shot in the crime-ridden city—surpassing the toll of 2,980 for all of 2015, the Tribune notes.

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Over the Labor Day weekend, Chicago's homicides climbed past 500, already surpassing the 481 deaths that occurred in all of last year.

According to the Tribune, almost one-third of the more than 3,000 shootings took place in three police districts in the West Side: Harrison, where 423 people were shot this year, compared with last year's 237; Austin, where 265 were shot, compared with last year's 112; and Ogden, where  232 people were shot, compared with 106 last year. In the South Side's Englewood neighborhood, 324 people have been shot so far.

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