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Today’s Headlines for Friday, August 7

9:06 AM CDT on August 7, 2020

    • Chicago regional transit bosses discuss transit relief on Chicago Tonight (WTTW)
    • South Side bike rides creating new form of activism, solidarity (Block Club)
    • Urban farm to bring jobs, energy to Auburn Gresham area (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago TIF income hits record $926 million (Crain's)
    • TIF funds could be tempting source for funds during pandemic (Sun-Times)
    • Wells Street in River North to close for outdoor dining (Block Club)
    • Nurse attacked on Red Line train (CBS 2)
    • How school busing will adapt during COVID (ABC 7)
    • Questions about equity remain in lead up to second electric scooter pilot (Hyde Park Herald)

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