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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 21

    • CTA named top transit agency in N. America for COVID efforts by the American Public Transportation Association (FOX)
    • City Council vote on redevelopment of Michael Reese site today (Block Club)
    • Teen driver charged with reckless homicide after single-car crash that killed his 4 passengers in Hickory Hills (NBC)
    • Bicyclist killed in collision with Metra train at 102nd/Vincennes in Beverly (Beverly Review)
    • Hit-and-run driver, 18, turns himself in after fatally striking Marcia D. Morris, 63, near N. Shore Channel Trail (ABC)
    • Driver strikes and injures 2 people eating in Evanston's pedestrianized Fountain Square, 1 seriously (CBS)
    • Evanston debuts a Slow Streets treatment on Greenleaf (Chicago Tribune)
    • Yellow Line shut down yesterday afternoon, replaced with shuttle bus, due to signal problems (CTA)
    • Should we cancel Lollapalooza as cases climb? Lightfoot says no, but attendees should be vaccinated (Block Club)
    • Downtown Lemont welcomes I&M Canal bike share (Chicago Tribune)
    • Bike tour on Saturday explores history of the 1919 Chicago Race Riot (Block Club)

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