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Today’s Headlines for Monday, June 7

9:48 AM CDT on June 7, 2021

    • Despite pandemic, parking meter contract still generated $13M for private investors (Sun-Times)
    • ATA looks at the Navy Pier Flyover's long, bumpy ride from conception to completion
    • Driver in good condition after crashing into building on 400 block of North Dearborn (CBS)
    • Robberies reported near CTA stations in Englewood, Fuller Park (Fox)
    • This year's CTA Pride train colors include shoutouts to Black, Brown, and trans people (ABC)
    • 8 Green Line cars are fully wrapped in artwork from artists Nick Cave and Bob Faust (ABC)
    • Update on the DuSable Drive campaign from WBEZ, including WGN's racially-skewed survey data
    • Vigil for "School of Rock" drummer, fallen cyclist Kevin Clark on 6/12, 10 AM at Logan Monument (ATA)

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