The Washington Post mapped out more than 52,000 homicides in major cities over the past decade.

Homicides in Chicago decreased by nearly 16 percent in 2017 from the 20-year high in 2016.

With gun-related deaths nearing 400 people, Chicago is on pace to break last year’s record.

It's too soon to declare victory, but the city is hopeful.

The Chicago Police Department recorded 762 homicides in 2016. That's more than New York and L.A. combined.