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Hadiya Pendleton's young life was cut short when she became the unintended victim of a gang-related shooting. Her friends talks to "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher about what made the 15-year-old so special.
Living in one of the most violent districts in the city, a Chicago man risks his own life to rid his street corner of drug dealers and gangs. His weapon of choice? A video camera.
Special agent Jack Riley, head of the Chicago-area division of the DEA, talks to CBS News correspondent Armen Keteyian about the connection between gang-related shootings and drugs in his city.
CeaseFire is an anti-violence community group made up of some former gang members. The group's director, Bob Jackson, says the goal is to heal the wounds between the community and gangs. "Even gang members are looking for intervention now."
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Convicted of murder, "48 Hours" interviews were evidence in her trial. Will she be put to death? Maureen Maher reports.