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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, July 28

9:06 AM CDT on July 28, 2015

    • Looks Like New Chair of the Infrastructure Trust Will Push Hard for O'Hare Express (Sun-Times)
    • SUV Driver Struck and Killed Cyclist Walking Bike Across Western at Congress (Keating)
    • Senior Dies A Few Days After Being Struck in Des Plaines (Herald)
    • After a Drag Racing Fatality, Reilly Plans "No Cruising Zone" on Lower Wacker (Sun-Times)
    • Police Arrest Driver Who Crashed Stolen Car in Wheeling, Fled on Foot (Sun-Times)
    • Meet the Bars That Lobbied for the Return of Happy Hours (DNA)
    • Letter: Allowing Guns on the CTA Would Let People Defend Themselves (Tribune)
    • Metra Says It Carried an Extra 100K Riders During Lollapalooza Last Year (Crains)
    • Comcast Providing Unlimited Wi-Fi on The 606 for Xfinity Users, Limited for Others (DNA)
    • Wabash Lights Creators Succeed in Raising $60K to Test the Concept (Curbed)
    • Trib's "Bikes Vs. Cars" TOD article Inspires a Hilarious Rant Against Cyclists

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