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Chicago violence getsGetty/Scott Olson Murders increased significantly last year in the majority of American cities with a population over 250,000, according to preliminary data from police departments and news reports. The bump comes one year after killings rose across the country at theirfastest pace in 25 years, and is likely large enoughagain to drive up the national homicide rate when final tallies are released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In no place did the uptick feel more dramatic than in Chicago. The city recorded 762 murderslast year — a 59.4 percent increase over 2015, and its highest tally since the mid-1990s. ADecember reportby the...
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