Last year in Chicago, there was a person shot about every other hour. So who picks up a gun, and why? Stories from a yearlong WBEZ project.
Two years into Chicago’s surge in gun violence, WBEZ asks: What’s being tried, is it working, and what’s next?
Aaron Taylor's life was almost derailed for having a gun. But his story doesn't end with him sitting in prison.
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