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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 9

9:02 AM CDT on September 9, 2021

    • Illinois AG Raoul launches investigation of Joliet police, including pedestrian and traffic stops (WGN)
    • Sun-Times looks at how youth helped win bike lanes and Divvy stations for Belmont Cragin
    • A Transportation Justice fellow talks about his work getting 16 Divvy stations installed on SE Side (BBSP)
    • Police seek help identifying man who randomly struck person in head at Argyle stop on 8/15 (CBS)
    • Man who fled to Poland in 1995 has been convicted of reckless homicide in DUI crash (CBS)
    • Project at 1227 W. Washington will include 288 units, 58 affordable, 183 spots (Block Club)
    • Six Corners development overcomes disagreement about the lack of affordable units (Block Club)
    • Part of Argyle St. will be pedestrianized for Argyle Night Music Thursdays in September (Block Club)
    • Final Sundays on State car-free event takes place on September 12
    • Ald. Rossana Rodriguez hosts a bike tour of the 33rd Ward on September 19

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