The Carry Out 7-1-16: “Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said he’s sick and tired of the violence which is better than violence is bad but there’s still room for it”

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(Zbigniew Bzdak / Chicago Tribune)

The Carry Out is the nightly segment where Justin reads the newspaper so you don’t have to. Tonight’s top stories include the city preparing for a violent holiday weekend, a woman dying after getting into an accident on a Divvy bike, a new crime wave hitting Michigan Avenue near Millennium Park, Valerie Jarrett not ruling out running for office, a thick, green substance is appearing on the shores of Florida, the lack of blockbusters hitting the theaters for the 4th of July weekend, Joakim Noah signing with the Knicks, Brian Campbell signing with the Hawks, the Cubs losing to the Mets, the White Sox taking on Houston and Soldier Field buzzing over the Guns-n-Roses concert.

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