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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 16

8:55 AM CDT on July 16, 2021

    • Joseph Barbee, 27, shot and killed while riding Divvy bike in Gresham, no one is in custody (Sun-Times)
    • West Rogers Park/West Ridge community mourns Hershel Weinberger's death (CBS 2)
    • Chicago Police Board has fired an officer for a reckless police chase that led to two deaths in 2017 (CBS 2)
    • Another report and more details about the firing of officer Jamie Jawor (Chicago Tribune)
    • Urbanize highlights Streetsblog Chicago's coverage of the One Central proposal
    • The three remaining Chicago area mass vaccination sites will close this month (Chicago Tribune)
    • Pedestrian-activated lights in planning stage for Niles intersection where 13-year-old boy was killed (Niles Herald-Spectator)
    • Join North Branch Works for a leisurely bike tour of the Chicago River's North Branch

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