Man, 45, shot on South Side


Sun-Times file photo

A man was shot early Sunday on the South Side, on the border between the Princeton Park and Longwood Manor neighborhoods.

The 45-year-old got into an argument with someone about 3:10 a.m. in the 100 block of West 95th Street when a male exited a vehicle and fired shots, striking him in the right side of his abdomen, according to Chicago Police.

The man was taken to Stroger Hospital, where his condition was stabilized, police said.

The Latest
The rash of attacks comes after the city recorded its most violent Memorial Day weekend in seven years, with 12 people killed and 48 people wounded.
If enacted, the law would put the downstate utility Ameren in charge of new regional power lines crossing its territory, possibly including those that would connect the Chicago area to solar and wind energy.
Yes, you can freeze cheese, but be warned that some types freeze better than others.
The teen suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the 400 block of South Joliet Street, police said.
Rich businessman and his predatory dominatrix play mind games in the empty-calorie sexual drama.