MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for Feb. 26 - 28

SHARE MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for Feb. 26 - 28

This map will update throughout the weekend as shootings in Chicago are confirmed. Click on a location for the time, address and other details about each shooting over the weekend.

4:26 p.m. Friday — Man wounded in Auburn Gresham shooting

9:45 p.m. Friday — Woman fatally shot in Armour Square

10 p.m. Friday — 2 women, 1 man shot in North Lawndale

11:55 p.m. Friday — Man wounded in South Chicago shooting

12:30 a.m. Saturday — Woman grazed by bullet in West Garfield Park

6:15 a.m. Saturday — Man wounded in East Garfield Park shooting

1:30 p.m. Saturday – 2 men shot in West Englewood

2:30 p.m. Saturday – 17-year-old boy shot in South Shore

3:47 p.m. Saturday – 1 dead, 1 injured in Auburn Gresham shooting

3:54 p.m Saturday – Man shot in Auburn Gresham

4:45 p.m. Saturday – Man wounded in South Lawndale shooting

5:32 p.m. Saturday – 19-year-old woman shot, wounded in North Lawndale

8:59 p.m. Saturday – Man shot, wounded in Belmont Cragin

9:26 p.m. Saturday – 17-year-old boy wounded in Austin drive-by shooting

10:20 p.m. Saturday – Man shot, wounded in Englewood

12:55 a.m. Sunday – Woman shot in Montclare

1:35 a.m. Sunday – Man shot in Lawndale

2:20 a.m. Sunday – Teenager shot in South Chicago

4 a.m. Sunday – Man shot in Roseland

2:52 p.m. Sunday – Man wounded in Chicago Lawn drive-by shooting

4:50 p.m. Sunday — Man shot in Logan Square

7:28 p.m. Sunday — Woman grazed by bullet in Humboldt Park

The Latest
Khaira has been promoted to the third line and tallied four points over his last seven games, matching his production from his first 39 games with the Hawks.
The couple is planning to move in together, in a city with poor public transportation.
The measure would ban the sale of assault weapons immediately, prevent sales of ammunition magazines holding more than 10 rounds and raise eligibility for a state firearm owner identification card to 21.
On the Lower West Side, property owners saw their median tax bill more than double, from $2,275 to $7,239, according to the analysis. In Avondale, another heavily Hispanic neighborhood, the median tax bill went up 27%.
The Hawks battled hard in the third period but in the third period only, ultimately falling 5-4 for their eighth straight defeat.