Three people were killed in an attack in the East Side neighborhood on the city's Southeast Side. About 5:30 p.m. police were first called to the 10200 block of South Ewing Avenue.  Two men and one woman were found dead, each with multiple gunshot wounds, at the location, police said.  Names and...

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