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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 24

    • Witnesses: Man Was Riding Bike on Blue Line Tracks Before He Was Electrocuted (Tribune)
    • 1 Killed, 2 Injured in Crash in Hubbard's Cave on the Kennedy Expressway (Tribune)
    • Toddler Injured by Driver in Hoffman Estates, Days After Young Girl Was Fatally Struck (Sun-Times)
    • Mundelein Trustee Refuses to Step Down After DUI Charges, Pressure From Mayor (Tribune)
    • Yellow Line Closure Means CTA Can't Access Largest 'L' Car Repair Facility by Rail (Tribune)
    • Burns Urges Residents to Ride Pershing Bus on Weekends So CTA Doesn't Cut Service (DNA)
    • CTA Announces Extended Bus Route to the Beaches (DNA)
    • Emanuel: We've Repaved 65 Miles of Streets This Year, 300 Planned (Mayor's Office)
    • Don't Panic: Ads for The 606 Are Funded by Trust for Public Land, Not the City (DNA)
    • Police, Bicycling Ambassadors Will Be Doing Targeted Enforcement of Bike Laws (DNA)
    • Thanks to Rock-Throwing Thugs, Mall Agrees to Stop Booting DQ Customers' Cars After 9 p.m. (Tribune)
    • Presented Without Comment: People Smash a Car With Baseball Bats to Fund ALS Research (DNA)

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