December 6th, 2013
08:29 PM ET

After bloody 2012, Chicago sees historic drop in murder rate

Just one year after the FBI named Chicago the homicide capital of America, the city is on track to have its lowest murder rate in nearly half a century - already down 20% from 2012.

What is behind the dramatic turnaround? Ted Rowlands is OutFront in Chicago with the story.

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