Top Chicago news: 3 killed, 11 hurt in weekend shootings; 1 killed after man drives car into crowd

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1 killed, 4 injured after man drives car into crowd

Prisciliano Carranza, 22, of Waukegan, Ill., was charged with first-degree murder after he allegedly drove over five people, killing one of them outside the Lake County Sports Center on Friday night.

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Woman finds helicopter wheel lodged in ceiling

A suburban Chicago woman who lives near a municipal airport says she found what is believed to be a helicopter wheel lodged in the ceiling of her home's bathroom. Federal Aviation Administration officials say it appears to be a dolly wheel assembly from a helicopter. 

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Chicago leaders, rappers hold Vigil Against Violence

The vigil was held Sunday at Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church on the city's North Side. 

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3 killed, 11 wounded in weekend shootings

Three people were killed and at least 11 others, including a 9-year-old boy, were wounded by gun violence across Chicago over the weekend.

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Vehicle stolen on Northwest Side described as postal service truck

The suspected theft occurred Sunday afternoon in Belmont Heights near the 3400 block of North Overhill Avenue, police said.

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