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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 23

8:59 AM CDT on July 23, 2021

    • Sun-Times endorses redevelopment plan for Michael Reese, including new 27th St. Metra stop
    • Chicago's transit recovery is going better than peer cities like NYC, D.C. (CBS)
    • Man driving Jeep hits another Jeep under Lake 'L', sending it crashing into supports, then shoots its driver (CBS)
    • Truck driver crashes, spills gravel on 2 lanes of Bishop Ford, causing delays (NBC)
    • After Hershel Weinberger's death, Ald. Silverstein criticized for putting up "Caution: Children Playing" signs
    • An update on plans to revamp the Glen Ellyn Metra station (Daily Herald)
    • Sun-Times looks at the mural tributes to Black racer Major Taylor along his namesake bike trail

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