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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 17

9:40 AM CDT on June 17, 2020

    • ACLU: Other than the 1st night of curfew, 93% of those arrested for violations were Black (Sun-Times)
    • 3 dead, 2 injured after driver hits hydrant, tree in Ashburn near Evergreen Cemetery
    • Man, 54, fatally shot on bike near Rogers Park's Recyclery after getting caught in crossfire (Tribune)
    • Trucker fatally struck Jake Enblom, 20, on I-80 as he was walking away from a minor crash (Patch)
    • As restaurants reopen with outdoor seating, servers worry about viral exposure (Block Club)
    • Albany Park restaurateurs say narrow sidewalks exclude them from reopening plan (Block Club)
    • Plan for 2 apartment buildings at abandoned Spire site includes 2 Divvy station (CBS)

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