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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 18

10:18 AM CDT on June 18, 2021

    • After hit-and-run driver injured Oscars Olivares, 27, in Avondale, neighbors are raising money for him (Block Club)
    • 13-year-old boy shot in leg while riding bike in West Pullman (Sun-Times)
    • Group of people of Divvy bikes attack man on bike at Madison/Wabash, steal his cycle (CBS)
    • New service offers by-the-month scooter rentals, advocates say more PBLs are needed (Tribune)
    • Letter: Rename Grant Park for DuSable instead of LSD (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago cyclist attempts world record bike ride around Lake Michigan (ABC)
    • Here's a guide to local bike routes from the Daily Herald

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