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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 31

    • Under bill Pritzker signed, drivers who injure 1st responders face stiffer fines, jail time (Sun-Times)
    • Woman, 60, died after falling onto a bike rack by the Wilson 'L' station (Tribune)
    • Woman says she punched carjacker, who crashed car into the Jackson Blue Line entrance (ABC)
    • With the Transit App, you don't have to have 10 scooter apps on your phone (Curbed)
    • Developer shrinks proposal near Division Blue Line stop after neighbors complain (Block Club)
    • Uh-oh: New LED streetlights could make West Nile virus in birds more infectious (Tribune)
    • Open houses on the CTA's Belmont Flyover at Center on Halsted today 11-4, Thursday 4-8 (CBS)

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