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'We need to do more than just cry,' Police Supt. says after violent Father’s Day weekend

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Fourteen people were killed and at least 88 others were wounded in citywide shootings over Father’s Day weekend, marking the worst weekend for gun violence this year.
A toddler and four teenagers were among those shot to death between Friday evening and Monday morning, according to data maintained by the Chicago Sun-Times. Seven other juveniles were also struck by gunfire. Tom Schuba has the story…
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