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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 31

9:13 AM CDT on May 31, 2017

    • Bicycling Mag Called The 606 the World's Best Bike Path, But Its Legacy Is Complex (Chicagoist)
    • Chicago Police Officer Charged With DUI in Northfield (Tribune)
    • Teen Charged With Cell Phone Thefts, Pepper Spray Assault on Pink Line (ABC)
    • Freight Train/Truck Collision in Barrington Blocked Metra Tracks (ABC)
    • DNA Checks in With Aldermen About Policies Denying Permit Parking to TOD Residents
    • Tower With 58 Units, 68 Car Spots Proposed at 65 E. Banks, Walking Distance From 'L' (DNA)
    • Part of Window From Logan Square's MiCa TOD Towers Falls 12 Stories (DNA)
    • Open Thread: What Do You Think of the Union Station Redevelopment Plan? (Curbed)
    • Trump's Official Budget Is Out -- Contact Your Congressional Rep to Oppose It (Active Trans)
    • July 18 Race in Elgin Will Honor Fallen Cyclist Dennis Jurs (Tribune)

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