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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 21

9:20 AM CDT on June 21, 2019

    • Developer Asked State for $3.8B for One Central Transit Hub; He's Getting $7.5B (WBEZ)
    • The Tribune Looks at Crime and Displacement Issues Along The Bloomingdale
    • O'Hare People Mover Was Supposed to Stay Open During Upgrade But Didn't (Tribune)
    • Check Out Six New Features of the 7000-series Rail Cars (CBS)
    • Block Club Takes a Deep Dive Into the Scooters on the Bloomingdale Trail Issue
    • Illinois' Texting While Driving Ban Is Getting More Teeth, Going Into Effect 7/1 (Tribune)
    • Oswego Man Meets Stranger Who Saved His Life During Heart Attack on Metra (ABC)
    • Planet Bike Is Donating $25K to 13 Advocacy Orgs, Including Blackstone Bikes (BRAIN)
    • Corroded CTA Sign Falls, Nearly Hitting 2 People, Prompting Inspecions (CBS)
    • Zorn: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Ventra Card (Tribune)

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