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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, August 2

9:13 AM CDT on August 2, 2017

    • Active Trans Comes Out in Favor of Ordinance to Promote Affordable Housing Along 606
    • Editorial: Too Many Crimes on the CTA Go Unsolved (Sun-Times)
    • Estate of Man Fatally Struck in Metra Crash in 2016 Files Lawsuit (Sun-Times)
    • 4 People, Including 2 Officers, Injured in Gresham Crash (Tribune)
    • After a Successful Slow Roll Ride, Beverly Review Calls for a More Bike-Friendly Neighborhood
    • New Pocker Park Opening at 21st and Prairie (Curbed)
    • Don't Try to Ketchup: Oscar Meyer Is Turning 'L' Cars Into Weinermobiles (Chicagoist)
    • Local Transpo Historian Greg Borzo Has a New Book Out About Chicago Fountains (Tribune)
    • ACTIVATE Alley Party on Thursday, August 24 5-10 PM in Couch Place (Loop Alliance)

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