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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 22

9:03 AM CDT on June 22, 2016

    • Drunk Driver Who Killed Motorist Gets 5 Years; Hector Avalos' Killer Got 3 Months (Tribune)
    • Police: Driver Injured Cyclist at Wilson/LSD/Trail Intersection (DNA)
    • Stop Signs for Drivers at This Location, Yield Signs for Path Users Creates Hazard (VWYF)
    • Drivers Struck 4 Cyclists in Last 2 Weeks -- One Fatality,  Two Hospitalized, One Uninjured
    • Active Trans: Katz's Tribune Op-Ed on Klingenberg Case "Riddled With Errors"
    • It's Getting Real: IDOT Will Suspend Construction Due to Budget Crisis (Chicagoist)
    • Residents Say Hours for 31st St. Pilot Too Short, CTA Says They Want It to Succeed (DNA)
    • Deering's Top Cop Recommends Eyes on the Street as Crime Prevention Strategy (DNA)
    • South Loop Gas Leak Causes Major Delays on the CTA (DNA)
    • Personal Injury Lawyer: Helmet Debate Is a "Silly -- And Reckless -- Argument" (L & S)
    • Northwest Transportation Library Hosts "Bicycles on Paper" Exhibit of Vintage Bike Design
    • See You Tonight at Streetsblog Reader Party 6-9 PM at RevBrew's Kedzie Taproom

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