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An attendee wears a Riot Fest jacket on day three of Riot Fest at Douglass Park in 2023. Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

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An attendee wears a Riot Fest jacket on day three of Riot Fest at Douglass Park in 2023. Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap, June 14, 2024: Riot Fest heading to the suburbs, prosecutors recommend prison for Burke and more

City Council approves one of the largest ever police misconduct settlements, but defers on earlier teen curfew and ethics ordinance.

An attendee wears a Riot Fest jacket on day three of Riot Fest at Douglass Park in 2023. Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

Anthony Vazquez / Chicago Sun-Times

   

City Council approves a quiet zone around a West Loop women’s health clinic, while Senate Republicans block Sen. Tammy Duckworth’s bill to protect in vitro fertilization. And Riot Fest departs the city for the suburbs.

Reset dives into these and other top local stories in the Weekly News Recap.

GUESTS: Heather Cherone, Chicago politics reporter, WTTW

Salem Collo Julin, Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago Reader

Greg Hinz, political columnist, Crain’s Chicago Business

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