Police: 2 dead, 15 wounded in separate shootings in Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) — Police say two separate shootings left two people dead and at least 15 wounded in Chicago as the city that this month recorded its 300th homicide for the year saw more violence. Police say a woman died, and four men and a teenager were wounded, when an SUV drove by as they stood outside in the South Shore area and shots were fired just before 9 p.m. Sunday. About two hours later, gunmen stepped from an alley in Marquette Park and opened fire, killing a woman and wounding at least 10 people, officials said. A vehicle collision was also reported nearby in which two people were injured. No suspects or arrests were immediately announced.