Slight Drop in Chicago Violence; Totals Remain High

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As the first quarter of 2017 draws to a close, Chicago police are encouraged by a slight drop in violence in the city's traditionally most violent pockets of the South and West sides long plagued by poverty, gang activity and drug-dealing, the Chicago Tribune reports. While the numbers are down from a disastrous 2016 when in excess of . . .

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