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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 7

9:11 AM CDT on June 7, 2023

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  • RPM work happening on Glenwood at Estes from 10 PM Friday to 4 AM Monday (CTA)
  • 2 injured in hit-and-run crash on Lake Shore Drive near downtown Chicago (FOX 32)
  • 4 women critical after crash involving semi in Auburn (WGN)
  • Cop got out of 44 tickets by saying over and over his girlfriend stole his car (Block Club)
  • Operation Summer Vacation: Getting your kids out of the house, including bike trips (WBEZ)
  • 'As Bare As You Dare' World Naked Bike Ride returns to Chicago (Patch)
  • Journalist Rick Kogan discusses "Shift," a documentary about Iowa's RAGBRAI ride (Tribune)

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