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Today’s Headlines for Friday, August 6

    • Officer who shot Ariel Roman in Grand Red Line station faces felony criminal charges (Tribune)
    • Duckworth succeeds in earmarking $1.75B in infra bill for transit station accessibility (Crain's)
    • Cook County awards $8.5 million in transit grants for 34 south, southwest suburban projects (Tribune)
    • 3 people critically injured in a pin-in crash in South Deering (Sun-Times)
    • Sports columnist Rick Telander charged with DUI, reckless driving, no insurance (Feder)
    • Black JoyRide is working to make biking safe and accessible for Black and Latino Chicagoans (Reader)
    • A beginner's guide to Midway and O'Hare airports (Travel & Leisure)
    • Tour Dunning on 2 wheels Saturday to celebrate neighborhood’s new e-bike Divvy Stations (Block Club)

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