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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 28

8:37 AM CDT on June 28, 2019

    • Woman Fatally Struck at 69th Red Line Stop After Going on Tracks to Retrieve Her Phone (CBS)
    • Driver Who Killed Anthony Tlahuel, 18, Was in Stolen Car, Had Been Fleeing Police (Tribune)
    • 2 Years Agoa 100 MPH Police Chase After an Off-Duty Officer Caused a Civilian Death (NBC)
    • Curbed Chicago Looks at How Ald. Reilly's Twitter Exchanges With John Influenced Legislation
    • Wisniewski: The Scooter Pilots Safety, Equity Rules Are Being Blatantly Ignored (Tribune)
    • ABC Chicago Talks With an Injured Scooter Rider, Residents Annoyed by Messy Scooter Parking
    • UIC's Edward M. Bury Discusses the Scooter Pilot, Including Seeing a Scooterista Get a Bloody Nose
    • Evanston Drivers Complain About Small Print on Street Cleaning Signs (CBS)
    • Video: Tour the SE Side Facility Producing the CTA's 7000-series Rail Cars (WTTW)
    • Chicago Family Bike Fest Is This Saturday, 10 AM - 1 PM at 3333 N. Marshfield

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