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Mt. Greenwood »

The protests at 111th and Kedzie came in the wake of a police shooting that stirred racial tensions.

Woodlawn »

A former gang leader said the murder was sparked by an internal dispute in a gang in Parkway Gardens.

Englewood »

Tacarra Morgan, 6, was the fifth child younger than 13 to be shot this July.

Downtown »

Activists called for an end to the violence that claimed the lives of Laquan McDonald and Tyshawn Lee.

Auburn Gresham »

KONKOL: Would a firmer commitment to protecting witnesses help make a dent in the no-snitch code?

Chatham »

Development, jobs and what to do with vacant schools were among the topics.

Chatham »

The nonprofit Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corp. aims to help people avoid violent confrontations.

Chatham »

A group of community activists said if the city improves public schools that would help reduce crime.

Bronzeville »

Tio Hardiman, executive director of the nonprofit Violence Interrupters, wants gun violence to end.

Auburn Gresham »

The Rev. Pfleger said candidates shouldn't speak at black churches if they don't invest in the community.

Austin »

Chicago was one of six cities nationally where the Rev. Al Sharpton held a youth gun violence day event.

South Deering »

The spotlight brought by the minister is welcomed but not needed, alderman said.

Woodlawn »

Sharpton, who moved into a West Side apartment building, plans to commute to Chicago once a week.