Two people exited a gangway at 7:23 a.m. and started shooting at the men in the 400 block of North Hamlin, according to Chicago police.
It was at least the third threat against a CPS school in recent weeks and the second within the past 24 hours.
A man has been breaking in through a door or window and searching cash registers and safes, CPD said.
He has been entering through side doors and taking tools, lawn equipment and bicycles, according to CPD.
Police were warning Wicker Park residents about two thefts from parked vehicles that occurred during nightfall.
A burglar has been prying open front or basement doors to loot items, CPD said.
Two men in a blue Toyota pulled up next to someone and punched the person’s face before taking the person’s property at gunpoint, CPD said.
The suspect has been breaking in by opening unlocked doors or smashing a window, according to CPD.
In each case, someone got in through an unlocked door or by forcing a door or window open, according to a community alert.
The latest murder victim was a man killed during the afternoon in the Washington Heights neighborhood on the South Side, CPD said.
Police issued a warning of recent robberies to a taco vendor and pizza delivery driver in Gage park.
The man told a school employee that the bomb would explode in three hours.
The drugs had a street value of over $2 million, the state’s attorney office said.
Former Chicago prosecutor’s top witness took the stand Tuesday in New York to testify against El Chapo.
A lawsuit alleges that two men drowned in the Calumet River last month because the driver of their vehicle unknowingly went down unmarked ramp.