Chicago Could See Fewest Murders Since 1965
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Chicago has seen fewer murders so far this year than any year since 1965, officials said.
The city finished November down 25 percent in shootings, 20 percent in murders and 15 percent in overall crime compared to the same time last year, according to Director of News Affairs Adam Collins.
Chicago’s top cop Superintendent Garry McCarthy calls the month “one of the best [Chicago] has had.”