Two people were hospitalized, one in serious condition, following an apartment fire Saturday evening in Bronzeville on the South Side.
The fire broke out in an apartment near 36th Street and Indiana Avenue, according to Chicago fire officials.
A man jumped from a window on the third floor and was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in serious to critical condition, fire officials said.
A woman was taken to Mercy Hospital in fair condition.
Fire officials have not released any additional information.
Two cars collided about 5:30 p.m. One struck a tree. Two of the men involved appear to have suffered gunshot wounds, fire officials said. They are hospitalized.
Rosco Blackman is charged with witness tampering. He is suspected of threatening a witness during a break at Romeo Blackman’s racketeering trial Tuesday.
Two dozen people, ages 18 to 80, from 17 countries, were sworn in before the early afternoon game between the White Sox and Los Angeles Angels.
The series win represented a bounce back for the Cubs, who were swept by the Reds over the weekend.
The Bears’ second-year cornerback is in a comfort zone after learning some tough lessons in an up-and-down rookie season. “I don’t have any of the ‘Where am I?’ like I did the first year,” he said. “I feel like I know where I’m at, what’s going on and where I fit.”