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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 21

9:07 AM CDT on June 21, 2016

    • No Charges for Driver Who Struck & Killed Teen Who Was Mowing Lawn (Tribune)
    • Unlicensed Teen Drives Car Into Norridge IHOP, Injuring 7 (Tribune)
    • Letter: Widow of a Fallen Cyclist Responds to Katz's Blaine Klingenberg Op-Ed (Tribune)
    • TV Star Allegedly Punched Other Driver After Crash on Taylor Street (Tribune)
    • Witnessing a Seizure Episode on the 'L' (RedEye)
    • Residents Thrilled About Return of Lincoln Bus, Despite Limited Hours (DNA)
    • Chicago Reporter Looks at Campaign for Rapid Service on Metra Electric
    • Seeking a Compromise, Emanuel Postpones Vote on Ride-Share Ordinance (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Looks at the Proposal for a Robust Neighborhood Greenway on Manor
    • Chicago Hasn't Had Streetcar Service in Nearly 60 Years (DNA)
    • Gdańsk, Poland's, Chief of Innovation Will Appear at Chi Hack Night Tonight

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