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  • Police wound 2 in separate overnight shootings

    Police wound 2 in separate overnight shootings
    Chicago police wounded two people -- one a gun-toting teen and the other a masked armed robber -- in separate overnight shoot-outs hours apart on the South Side, authorities say. No officers were hurt, according to police and union officials. In one...
  • Man found slain on Far South Side, 2 others wounded in separate shootings

    Man found slain on Far South Side, 2 others wounded in separate shootings
    A 36-year-old man was found shot to death in a car in the Morgan Park area this morning, and two other men were shot in separate incidents on the South and Southwest sides, police said.   Police went to the 11300 block of South Vincennes Avenue about 10:...
  • May ends with 50 Chicago homicides

    The Near West Side on Saturday recorded its seventh homicide of the year, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. A 26-year-old man was shot to death in the 1300 block of West Washburne Avenue, police said. The community area, which...
  • Detectives ask for help finding robber targeting South Side shops

    Detectives ask for help finding robber targeting South Side shops
    Chicago police detectives today released surveillance photos of a man who robbed at least six stores, most of them small retail shops, on the South Side last month. Area South detectives are asking for help finding the man, who has been targeting the...
  • Chicago filmmaker spent 8 years on new documentary 'Band of Sisters'

    Chicago filmmaker spent 8 years on new documentary 'Band of Sisters'
    "You didn't really have (to) think much for yourself," a nun says of her early years, in the new documentary "Band of Sisters," which has its world premiere at the Siskel Film Center this week. "All that went unchanged for years and years and years...
  • Camille and Joseph Einoder: As fate would have it

    Camille and Joseph Einoder: As fate would have it
    Camille Frank was definitely, emphatically not interested in finding a husband. She'd had two of those, neither a pleasant memory. So when Joseph Einoder sat down at a table next to hers at a Chicago country music joint, she cold-shouldered him. It...
  • 9 injured when van for disabled hits Far South Side tree

    9 injured when van for disabled hits Far South Side tree
    Nine people were injured after a Pace van leased to a south suburban center for people with disabilities crashed into a tree in the Morgan Park neighborhood, authorities said. None of the injuries in the crash in the 11400 block of South May Street a...
  • Simeon 2000-present | Highlights and lowlights

    Simeon 2000-present | Highlights and lowlights
    HIGHLIGHTS Back-to-back, city and state: Simeon had not won a city title in 18 years or a state championship in 22 years before Derrick Rose, Tim Flowers and Co. captured both titles in 2006 with victories over Washington (55-40) and Peoria Manual (31-...
  • Four men shot across city

    Four men shot across city
    Four people were shot Saturday morning and Friday night, according to Chicago police. A male whose age wasn't available was wounded in the most recent incident, in the 5800 block of South May Street in the Englewood neighborhood. He was taken to John H....
  • Simeon All Access | Smith will explore options after trying season as coach

    Simeon All Access | Smith will explore options after trying season as coach
    Robert Smith made no secret of his desire to coach at the college level after leading Simeon to its third consecutive Class 4A championship last March. A successful but trying season has only heightened Smith's interest in making the jump. The...
  • Simeon All Access | Q and A with Donte Ingram

    Simeon All Access | Q and A with Donte Ingram
    Donte Ingram's first season at Simeon has been a whirlwind. Just as the 6-foot-5 junior, a transfer from Danville, was earning extended minutes off the bench, he was declared ineligible by the Illinois High School Association due to residency issues....
  • Boys hoops | CPS semifinal: Garrett's layup pushes Morgan Park past Simeon

    Boys hoops | CPS semifinal: Garrett's layup pushes Morgan Park past Simeon
    Time ran out before Billy Garrett Jr. got a shot at forcing overtime the last time. Garrett and Morgan Park made the most of their second chance. Garrett's driving layup over Russell Woods with 10 seconds left in overtime was the difference as No. 2...