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Today’s Headlines for Friday, August 31

    • Activists Plan to Shut Down the Kennedy on Monday With Anti-Violence March (Tribune)
    • Why Almost a Third of All High-Speed Tickets Are Written on 3900 Block of S. LSD (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injured Person, 60, Riding Lawnmower in Crosswalk (Sun-Times)
    • Tinley Park Will Pay $400K Penalty for Race-Based Opposition to Affordable Housing (Housing Wire)
    • LFT Crash Is Evidence Lane of Lower LSD Near Pier Should Be Converted to Bikeway (CBS)
    • Former Chainlink Owner Seeks Advice on How to Keep Biking as a Suburban Parent
    • What Kind of Motor Vehicles Are Most Popular in Various Chicago Neighborhoods? (Block Club)

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