Chicago recorded a total of 240 shooting victims in January, both fatal and non-fatal combined, with 51 of those being classified as homicides.
The two people discovered on Wednesday are 44-year-old Master Sergeant William J. Lavigne II and 37-year-old Army veteran Timothy Dumas.
"This dynamic is playing out in every metro in the nation no matter the demographic of residents, the party in charge or the state the city calls home," Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett said last week.
"When a person picks up a gun, we suffer as a city. This cannot be who we are," Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
Dawit Kelete drove his car the wrong way down a freeway exit ramp and slammed into two protesters, killing one and severely injuring the other.
Local police and members of the FBI detained Manfredonia without incident Wednesday outside of a Maryland truck stop.
Mike Mancuso, the president of the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), hit out at Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison following a deadly holiday weekend.
The coronavirus pandemic has not slowed shootings in the greater Chicago area, with 498 shooting victims recorded in the city through March 31—and an additional 20 people shot in the first weekend of April alone.
Manson Family member Bruce Davis, 77, has been blocked from receiving parole by California Governor Gavin Newsom, marking the sixth time Davis' release from prison has been stopped.
Police in British Columbia, Canada say that two young men believed responsibile for three murders this summer had planned to kill more victims, before turning guns on themselves, according to a report released Friday.
The FBI believes Little, 78, is among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history. Now, he is drawing portraits of his victims from a Texas prison.
Two California teenagers visiting family in Tijuana, Mexico, were physically assaulted and shot dead in an apartment in November 2018.
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland were found stabbed to death in a remote mountain camp site Monday.
Watts was sentenced to five life terms in prison with no possibility of parole.
The FBI has corroborated 34 of the killings "with many more pending confirmation."
The Wagner family reportedly had a close relationship with the Rhoden family.
"Saudi Arabia is, and has always been, a despotic dictatorship in which dissent is not tolerated," Sanders said.
He's been charged with murdering his wife and two young daughters in Colorado.
Law enforcement officials launched a nationwide manhunt after Lois Reiss's husband and another woman were found dead.
Manson saw predictions of violence in the British band's "White Album."
A gruesome story of two suspected cannibals who may have eaten dozens is unfolding in Russia. It all began with a lost phone.
The highest frequency is among non-Hispanic black victims.
Dinardo was recently diagnosed with schizophrenia