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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 30

9:31 AM CDT on July 30, 2020

    • Bird, Lime, and Spin -- but not Lyft -- are this year's e-scooter concessionaires (City of Chicago)
    • Findings from ATA's COVID mobility listening tour on the Southwest Side
    • CPS parents question safety of students taking CTA if schools reopen this fall (Sun-Times)
    • Police: Man, 28, walking in the street on 1400 block of W. Roosevelt fatally struck (Sun-Times)
    • Hit-and-run SUV driver critically injured man, 49, walking near Division/Pulaski (ABC)
    • 5 hospitalized after crash involving multiple semi drivers on I-80 in New Lennox (NBC)
    • How did the Logan Square traffic circle come to have its current, awful design? (Block Club)
    • Outdoor dining has helped hundreds of restaurants, but others still waiting on permits (Block Club)

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