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New Police Foot Hunting Rules / Konkol / North Ave. beach shooting

What does a cryptocurrency billionaire have in common with US Senator Bernie Sanders?

They each endorsed Reverend Jesse Jackson’s son for Congress.

Reverend Jesse Jackson (right) wraps his arm around his son, Jonathan, during a news conference in 1994. (AP Photo/Frank Polich)

Especially beautiful. High: 85 Low: 67.

  • The first day of summer was hot. So hot, the sidewalk buckled on DuSable Lake Shore Drive near 47th Street on Tuesday. The high temperature at O’Hare Airport reached 99 degrees, with a heat index that felt like 106 degrees. (CNB5)
  • A man was shot and injured near Castaways Bar & Grill on North Avenue Beach Monday evening. The shooter has been arrested, authorities said. (CBS2)
  • An influential City Council committee has presented a plan to overturn fines for being caught driving six mph over the limit by speed cameras. Mayor Lori Lightfoot isn’t happy about it. The full city council is due to take a final vote today. (CNB5)
  • Chicago Police No Longer Allowed to Pursue Someone Just Because They Got Away while suspected of minor offenses, according to the police department’s new foot chase policy released today. (WGN9)
  • How’s that for GRRREAT! new. Kellogg Company, maker of Frosted Flakes, has announced plans to move its headquarters to Chicago. (Patch)

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Marc Konkol

About me: Mark Konkol, 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner for local reporting, wrote and produced the Peabody Award-winning series Time: The Kalief Browder Story. He was producer, writer and narrator for the CNN docuseries “Chicagoland” and consulting producer for the Showtime documentary “16 Shots.”

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