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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 2

8:57 AM CDT on July 2, 2018

    • Sun-Times: Costs for O'Hare People Mover Project Soar Due to No-Bid Add-ons
    • Driver Who Fled Traffic Stop, Causing Fatal Car Crash, Is in Custody (ABC)
    • CTA Bus Driver Struck and Injured Man in Marquette Park (Tribune)
    • CTA Installs New HD Cameras at Red Line Stations (ABC)
    • Blue Island Branch of Metra Electric Will Be Shut Down 7/7 for Track Work (ABC)
    • Green Line Service Briefly Suspended Due to Obstruction on the Tracks (NBC)
    • Will Libertyville's Downtown Station Finally Get a New Look? (Herald)
    • Crain's Profiles Matthew Pritzker, Who Allegedly Struck a Cyclist on Purpose
    • SBC Reporter Lynda Lopez Weighs in on $52 Pilsen Gentrification Tour (Block Club)
    • Ribbon Cutting for the New Major Taylor Mural on the Little Calumet Bridge 7/21
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