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14-year-old girl, security guard shot outside Bronzeville high school

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Good morning, Chicago —
Here’s the latest news from the area this morning.
A 14-year-old girl and a security guard were seriously wounded yesterday afternoon when a gunman standing outside a Bronzeville high school started shooting as the guard was opening a door to let students out. David Struett, Emmanuel Camarillo and Sophie Sherry have more.
Meanwhile as we get closer to Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s deadline for all city employees to be vaccinated, FOP President John Catanzara yesterday instructed rank-and-file officers to report to work Friday and ignore the city’s requirement to report their vaccination status. He added that Chicago could have to deal with a police force of “50% or less” this weekend, Clare Spaulding writes.
And an often-thrilling White Sox season came to an unfortunate end with the team’s 10-1 blowout loss to the Astros, who won the American League Division Series in four games. Afterwards, manager Tony La Russa ripped the Astros and said he plans to manage again in 2022.
Get even more news below, and thanks for reading.
Satchel Price, assistant audience engagement editor
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