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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 18

    • The 606 is reopening Monday 6 AM to 7 PM; Ken Griffin is donating $5M to fix LFT (Tribune)
    • CDOT: Last week traffic was back to 77% of volume recorded last year (Tribune)
    • Metra: COVID will cost us $605 million in lost revenues through 2021 (Tribune)
    • Glendale Heights driver charged with 5th DUI after Batavia rollover crash (Herald)
    • Maldonado, who made $300K on 606 land, wants to extend ban on demolitions (Block Club)
    • Ogden bus is returning, but residents could lose it if ridership is low (Block Club)
    • Lightfoot: Chicago should stop impounding cars for non-driving offenses (Block Club)
    • Recyclery holds ride in solidarity against police brutality Saturday 11 AM, 1610 W. Howard

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