Gun Violence

An argument escalated to a tragedy in one Chicago community on Sunday. In the Burnside neighborhood on the South Side, Donald Johnson, 22, was arguing with his 43-year-old father over who would walk the dog that morning. Eventually, the intensity increased and both family members shot each other at about 8:20 a.m., according to Chicago police […]

In her new book, 'Shot,' photographer Kathy Shorr tells the stories of gun violence survivors through a collection of moving photographs.

A 12-year-old girl dies days after getting shot. She's the third young Chicago shooting victim in four days.

One of two girls struck by stray bullets died. The other victim is on life support.

Vandetta Redwood will not see a day in prison for the role the prosecution believes she played in the shooting death of Endia Martin.

The President tweeted that Windy City officials better fix the "horrible 'carnage'" or the federal government will step in.

Trump threatens to send the Feds to Chicago to end the 'carnage' from violence. City officials welcomed the assistance.

Sixty one people were shot in the Windy City this holiday weekend and of those marked by gun violence, 11 died from their wounds.

A Cook County judge has ruled that Antonio Brown is not guilty of gun charges stemming the fatal shooting of his son, Amari, 7, in 2015.

The accused shooter faces a life sentence. He's expected to argue self-defense.

Democrats who serve on the House Oversight Committee requested that President-elect Donald Trump’s financial activity be investigated to ensure that he hasn’t made any unlawful decisions.

The sisters returned home to renew their ties to the community and to honor the big sister who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Compton in 2003.