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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 10

8:55 AM CDT on July 10, 2017

    • Tribune: How Much Will Chicagoans Pay for Obama Center, Including Pedestrianizing Cornell?
    • 1 Dead, 5 Injured in Fiery Crash in South Austin (Tribune)
    • Man Fatally Stabbed During Argument in Front of Turnstile at 95th Street Station (NBC)
    • Man Shot Outside Wilson Red Line Station (Tribune)
    • Suspects in South Loop Bike Thefts Caught on Camera (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Praises the Truck Side Guard Recommendations in the Vision Zero Plan
    • Tribune Looks at Active Trans' New Report on Reducing Barriers to Biking in the 'Burbs
    • Program Helps People With Disabilities Learn to Ride a Bike (Tribune)
    • Golf Champ Rides Metra to Promote It as the Best Way to Get to Women's PGA Event (NBC)
    • 2nd Meeting on North/Damen Redesign, Milwaukee Lanes Bike Lanes This Wednesday (DNA)

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