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    • Driver Killed Beyanca Stephenson, 24, on 1200 Block of West Roosevelt (Tribune)
    • Jury Acquits Speeding Cabbie Who Killed Eric Kerestes, Previously Injured Another Driver (Tribune)
    • Man With Loaded AK-47 Rifle Arrested at Lakeview's Belmont Station (Tribune)
    • CTA Bus Driver Swerved Onto Sidewalk to Avoid Gunfire That Injured 2 in Park Manor (DNA)
    • Police: Fake Uber Drivers Have Been Picking Up People & Robbing Them at Gunpoint (DNA)
    • An Update on the Cyclist Who Was Seriously Injured at Rooselvelt/Halsted (The Chainlink)
    • MPC, CMAP & Others Launch New Website to Identify Regional Housing Challenges, Solutions
    • Open Thread: Should the Green Line Be Extended to Jackson Park? (Curbed)
    • Ald. Thompson Wants to Rezone Halsted in Bridgeport to Block Nail Salons, Massage Parlors (DNA)
    • Some (Well-Educated) Jerk Tagged Logan's Centennial Monument With a Wittgenstein Quote (DNA)
    • Make Your Voice Heard on the North LSD Reconstruction Via This Brief Survey
    • Panel Discussion on the Transit Oriented Development Boom 8/22 at DANK Haus (47th Ward)

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