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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 5

9:01 AM CDT on July 5, 2019

    • "Walk, Stroll, and Talk" Program Promotes Neighborhood Unity in South Shore (Block Club)
    • 5 Hospitalized After Turning Driver Fails to Yield on Lower Wacker Driver (CBS)
    • Man Charged in Fatal Grayslake Crash Tried to Flee to Guatemala (Sun-Times)
    • Transition From Middle-Randolph Bike Lanes to Upper Randolph Still Isn't Safe (Chainlink)
    • City Cites Bird, Bolt, JUMP, and Sherpa for Scooter Distribution Violations (Tribune)
    • Scooters Are Routinely Spotted Outside of the Pilot Zone (Curbed)
    • Skokie CTA Stations to Get Covered Bike Parking, Sidewalk Upgrades (Tribune)
    • Chicago Can't Hold Impounded Vehicles After Owner Files for Bankruptcy, Court Says (Block Club)
    • Another Riverwalk Headache for Ald. Reilly: Dog Reportedly Shocked by Electrified Mulch (CBS)
    • Curbed Chicago Checks in With Bike-Powered Beekeeper Jana Kinsman
    • Meet Kathy Schubert, Who Led a Campaign for Bike-Friendly Bridge Plates (Active Trans)

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