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Today’s Headlines for Monday, June 10

8:58 AM CDT on June 10, 2019

    • An Update on Efforts to Reform Chicago's Inequitable Car Ticketing System (WBEZ)
    • The Next Big Idea State Legislators Should Tackle: Property Tax Reform (Tribune)
    • Police Officer Charged With DUI After Crashing Into Restaurant, Killing Woman, 34 (CBS)
    • Driver Cited After Fatally Striking Man, 30, at 63rd/Ashland in Englewood (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Fleeing Traffic Stop in Austin Dies in Crash, Injuring 4 Others (Tribune)
    • 9 Injured, 1 Critically, in Multi-Car Crash on Kennedy Expressway (NBC)
    • Driver Critically Injures Female Pedestrian at Berwyn/Ashland in Andersonville (CBS)
    • Driver Injured After Veering off LSD S. of Diversey, Crossing Lakefront Trail, Crashing (Tribune)
    • Food Truck Operators Ponder Their Next Move in Legal Battle Against Chicago (WSJ)
    • New Metra Station Signage Welcomed Riders to "Libervytille" (Tribune)
    • Bystanders React on Twitter to Saturday's World Naked Bike Ride (Sun-Times)

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