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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 15

    • Chicago saw 37K hit-and-runs in 2021, but just 306 arrests. Why do police solve so few of these crimes? (CBS)
    • Slain teen Sincere Cole, 15, lost mother in 2019 when she was struck at 69th Red stop as guard stood by (Sun-Times)
    • Deceased person found on Metra Electric District tracks on 51st Street in Hyde Park (WGN)
    • Active Transportation Alliance discusses the launch of the Chicago region's first transit riders union
    • U. of C. students, neighbors want the school to spend $1B in reparations for its role in urban renewal (Block Club)
    • If a casino is built in Bronzeville, should it be accessible by ped bridges, or CTA and car (and bike?) only (Block Club)
    •  The Habitat Company buys 344 N. Canal, near Lake/Clinton stop, to build 343 apartments, 123 car spots (YIMBY)

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