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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 23

9:26 AM CDT on June 23, 2016

    • Teacher, Husband Accidentally Struck and Killed While Biking by Former Student, 16 (ABC)
    • Cyclist, 61, Struck at Wilson/LFT in Critical Condition, Driver Received 3 Citations (DNA)
    • Metra Passenger Injured by Brick Thrown at Window Near 18th & Western (ABC)
    • Less-Strict Ride-Share Ordinance Passes Council; Progressive Caucus Outraged (DNA)
    • CTA Seeks Input on Plan to Renovate West Side Blue Line Stations (AWN)
    • Pace & CTA Want Input on Options for Improving North Shore Transit (Active Trans)
    • Plan for McDonalds HQ, a 3-Minute Walk From 'L', Includes Tons of Parking (Tribune)
    • "Towing Bill of Rights" Passed in Response to Misconduct by Lincoln Towing (DNA)
    • Divvy: We Saw a 20% Spike in Ridership During Train Delays Due to Gas Leak (DNA)
    • CNT CEO Kathy Tholin Is Leaving the Organization After 38 Years (Active Trans)
    • Flowers for Dreams Delivers Bouquets by Bicycle (Crain's)
    • A Comprehensive List of Restrooms Along the Chicago Riverwalk (Tribune)

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