- Four people died Tuesday in Chicago; no suspects are in custody
- There were 12 shootings on same day of President Obama's plea to curb gun violence
- In first five days of 2016, police say shootings in Chicago are already up more than 176%
Chicago (CNN)Before President Barack Obama could officially announce his proposals to help curb gun violence two people had already been shot in his hometown of Chicago that day. About an hour after Obama spoke Tuesday, before pundits and candidates were done breaking down the proposals, it would rise to three.