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Chicago's deadliest February weekend in 18 years

The nine murders reported on the South and West sides between Friday night and early Sunday mark the
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The nine murders reported on the South and West sides between Friday night and early Sunday mark the deadliest single February weekend since 2002, according to a review of publicly available police data. All nine victims were men between 19 and and 39 years old. Another 14 people were wounded by gunfire, including a 7-year-old girl in Humboldt Park. Reporter Sam Charles has the story…

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