It seems we have another blatant case of affluenza on our hands after an 18-year-old thug who happens to be wealthy and white was spotted enjoying a World Series game with his parents at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, just days after being arrested for (and charged with) murder and attempted murder in the shooting…
Two people were killed and eight were left wounded in a Sunday shooting in Chicago that police believe to be the result of a gang-retaliation hit that targeted the memorial for another man who had been killed earlier in the day.
Authorities have arrested a 19-year-old who is facing murder charges in the suspected gang-related killings of four men at a South Side restaurant.
A Chicago mother was one of the witnesses who saw a man approach the South Side restaurant where she works Thursday and open fire, killing her two sons and two other men.
Kanari Gentry-Bowers became the third child victim to die from injuries suffered in a Chicago shooting over the past two days. Kanari died Wednesday afternoon, just a day after 11-year-old Takiya Holmes, another victim of a weekend shooting in Chicago, died.
A Chicago toddler and a 26-year-old man were both fatally shot Tuesday as they were riding in a car, the second deadly incident involving a child in the violence-ridden city in the past two days.
Takiya Holmes, one of two young girls shot on the South Side of Chicago over the weekend, has died, family has confirmed. The 11-year-old was struck by a stray bullet around 8 p.m. Saturday while sitting in a parked car with family members. Doctors had told relatives that her prognosis was “not good.”
Chicago ended 2016 with a record number of shooting incidents and the most homicides in two decades, ABC News reports.
More than 60 people were shot in Chicago over the Christmas weekend, leaving 11 dead, the Chicago Tribune reports. Most of the violence took place on the city’s South and West sides.
Two gang members were sentenced Wednesday for the killing of a mentally disabled teenager over a pair of red shoes.
A group of Georgia teens landed themselves summer jobs with the LaGrange (Ga.) Housing Authority after explaining to its head, Zsa Zsa Heard, that they were trying to stay out of trouble, KHOU11 reports.
Ken McClenton is a grieving father whose family is getting by on faith. His daughter, Charnice Milton, was killed last year in Southeast Washington, D.C., while she was changing buses on her way home from work.