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    • Driver Who Struck 5 People on Eisenhower, Killing 1, Charged With Hit-and-Run (ABC)
    • CPD's Area North Is Adding 24 New Bike Patrol Officers (ABC)
    • Biking & Transit Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint This Summer (Loyola Phoenix)
    • An Alsip Resident Checks Out Dockless Bikes on the Southwest Side (ROACL)
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