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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 10

1:05 PM CDT on July 10, 2020

    • Slow streets plan approved by Oak Park village board, will mirror Chicago program (Tribune)
    • Dorval Carter discusses the future of CTA, including PPE vending machines (Evanston Now)
    • Shooting and chase ended with driver striking a building in the River North (CBS)
    • Shooting Investigation Disrupts CTA Service On Red Line At 79th Street (CBS)
    • Black woman-led architecture firm opening South Shore studio, camp for kids (Block Club)
    • Howard streetscape project in West Ridge will include a new bike lane (Block Club)
    • Rosa scolds developer for posting flyers pushing for upzone with affordable housing (Block Club)
    • Riverwalk is returning to normal 6 AM - 11 PM hours, more vendors returning (Block Club)

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