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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 8

8:56 AM CDT on July 8, 2019

    • The City Is Planning Community Meeting on Divvy Expansion on Far South Side (Tribune)
    • Days After Woman Was Killed Trying to Recover Phone From Tracks, Her Niece Was Fatally Shot (Tribune)
    • 1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Shooting at South Austin CTA Bus Stop (WGN)
    • Driver Charged With Homicide, DUI After Striking Tree in Waukegan, Killing Passenger (Tribune)
    • Male Driver Dies After Crashing Into Loyola University Sign at Bend in Sheridan Road (WGN)
    • CTA Will Be Piloting "Baby on Board" Buttons to Allow Pregnant People to Requests Seats (Sun-Times)
    • Increased Metra Service, No Booze Allowed, Possible Difficulty Bringing Bikes, During the Taste (Sun-Times)
    • A Bike Tour Highlighted the History of Chicago's 1919 Race Riot (WBEZ)
    • "Black and Brown Lives in Green Spaces" Panel July 25 at the DuSable Museum, Cohosted by MPC

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