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A wrap-up of news from the Tribune's breaking news desk.

• Willie Riley was cooking a meal in his South Shore home when a little girl jumped over the fence and said her 3-year-old cousin was being attacked by two pit bulls. “The little boy was hurting so I had to go in there and see what was wrong," said Riley, 48. Read more

• Authorities are trying to identify a body found at an intersection near the Edens Expressway in Wilmette. The body, which appears to be that of a male teenager, was found near Frontage Road and Briar Drive in the north suburb Monday night, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Read more

• A pair of gunmen on bicycles shot and wounded two boys, 14 and 16, as they stood outside in the South Shore neighborhood, police said. Each of the boys was shot twice but their conditions were stabilized, one at Stroger Hospital and the other at Comer Children's Hospital. The shooting happened around 10 p.m. Monday near the intersection of South Clyde Avenue and East 71st Street. The boys were standing outside when the shooters rode up on bicycles and opened fire, according to police. Read more

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