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5 wounded in rolling gunfight in West Town during evening rush hour

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Chicago Sun-Times Morning Edition
Good morning, Chicago —
Here’s the latest news in the area this morning.
At least four bystanders were wounded in a mass shooting yesterday during rush hour in West Town. The scene of the shooting spanned two blocks of Milwaukee Avenue, officials said, while one witness said he heard 20-30 shots in about 10 seconds.
The Chicago Sun-Times and the parent company of public radio station WBEZ are discussing the possibility of becoming a “combined entity.” A final deal, which has not been reached, would make the Sun-Times a subsidiary of Chicago Public Media.
And Mayor Lori Lightfoot appears ready to move forward at Soldier Field with or without the Bears, who recently took a big step toward leaving the city for the suburbs. Yesterday, Lightfoot sounded almost resigned to the Bears’ departure because “we’ve got to be smart about how we spend taxpayers’ dollars.”
Get all that news and more below. Thanks for reading.
Satchel Price, assistant audience engagement editor
5 wounded in rolling gunfight in West Town during evening rush hour. ‘We need to pray for Chicago, we need better for Chicago.’
Lightfoot prepared to move on at Soldier Field — with or without the Bears
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