MAP: Chicago shootings tracker for MLK Day weekend

SHARE MAP: Chicago shootings tracker for MLK Day weekend

Police gather at the scene of a shooting in the 3300 block of West Monroe early Sunday. | NVP News

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

4 p.m. Friday — Man shot to death in Austin

5:14 p.m. Friday — Man, 19, shot in leg in West Garfield Park

9:50 p.m. Friday — Man, 20, shot to death in Marquette Park

11:30 p.m. Friday — Man shot in Washington Heights, uncooperative with police

11:40 p.m. Friday — Man shot in leg in Little Village drive-by

12:30 a.m. Saturday — Teen critical after shooting in SW Side restaurant

3:30 a.m. Saturday — 1 dead, 1 critical after shooting inside Englewood home

8:05 a.m. Saturday — Man killed, another wounded in Lawndale shooting

9:45 a.m. Saturday — Man hurt in Lawndale shooting

11:44 a.m. Saturday — Boy, 16, seriously hurt in West Englewood drive-by shooting

4 p.m. Saturday — Man, 25, critically wounded in West Garfield Park shooting

5 p.m. Saturday — Man, 23, shot in ankle in West Garfield Park

5:04 p.m. Saturday — Man, 18, dies after South Austin shooting

6:55 p.m. Saturday — Man shot to death in Austin

8:48 p.m. Saturday — Man, 22, shot in Austin

12:23 a.m. Sunday — Man suspected in shooting chased then shot by CPD officer

1:13 a.m. Sunday — Man fatally shot during argument in Lawndale

3:50 a.m. Sunday — Man shot in leg in Humboldt Park

5:05 a.m. Sunday — Man wounded in Englewood shooting

5:30 a.m. Sunday — Man fatally shot in head on Near West Side

2:26 p.m.Sunday —Two critically wounded in Back of the Yards shooting

2:43 p.m. Sunday—16-year-old boy shot in Woodlawn

8:01 p.m. Sunday — Woman shot in leg in Brainerd

8:10 p.m. Sunday — Man shot during robbery in Austin

12:23 a.m. Monday — Man shot in Englewood

1:10 a.m. Monday— Police: Man shot to death in Ukrainian Village

1:45 a.m. Monday— Man shot in West Chatham

8:20 a.m. Monday —  Boy, 17, wounded in Little Village shooting

9:41 a.m. Monday — Man, 28, shot in Grand Crossing

11:36 a.m. Monday — Police: Man shot to death in South Austin

2:57 p.m. Monday — Man seriously wounded in East Garfield Park shooting

5:46 p.m. Monday — Two wounded in South Chicago shooting

9:27 p.m. Monday — Man wounded in SW Side drive-by shooting

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