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Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 29

    • Jessie Rosales, 45, Fatally Struck by Hit-and-Run Driver in North Lawndale (Sun-Times)
    • Denise Cavada, 49, Fatally Struck in Her Car by Driver Who Fled the Scene (ABC)
    • John Weighs in on New Law Clarifying Bicyclists' Equal Rights on the Road (DNA)
    • CDOT Official Convicted in RedFlex Scandal May Get 10-30 Years Today (Tribune)
    • Tribune Looks at How Ventra Negatively Impacts Social Service Providers
    • Crain's to Lawmakers: Jumpstart Negotiations Over Western Access Road to O'Hare
    • 47th Ward Will Use Menu Money for Pedestrian Countdown Signals (DNA)
    • Curbed Asks: What Are the Best Public Plazas in Chicago?
    • Will The New Bike Shop in the "High Fidelity" Storefront Make Your Top 5 List? (DNA)
    • It's Getting Real in the Metra Quiet Car (Chicago Magazine)
    • What Did You Do on Your Bike This Summer? Share Your Epic Story on The Chainlink
    • National Shared Use Mobility Summit Takes Place October 17-19 in Chicago (SUMC)

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