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Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 30

    • Man found dead on CTA Blue Line tracks in Jefferson Park (Sun-Times)
    • Driver struck people crossing Irving at Broadway, then hit a cyclist who was trying to help (ABC)
    • Driver was injured after crash into building near 79th and South Chicago Ave. (CBS)
    • NBC amplifies Romanelli's call to spend $1.8B in transit funds to facilitate driving on Lake Street
    • Letter: Since CTA rush hours are less crowded now, can we drop bike restrictions on 'L'? (Tribune)
    • SBC photo contributor Eric Allix Rogers campaigns against dusk closures of Wooded Isle
    • Runway changes at O'Hare draw mixed reactions from suburbanites (Herald)
    • Working Bikes, Chicago Neighbors United gave away 75 bikes to kids at Union Park (Sun-Times)
    • There a FB discussion group tracking a white van reportedly used for randomly egging pedestrians

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