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    • Business owner wants safety upgrades at Hubbard/Halsted after too many "bloody" crashes (CBS)
    • Police: Man, 69, and woman, 66, killed in Pullman vehicle crash (ABC)
    • Driver struck and critically injured man, 41, on Divvy yesterday afternoon at Balbo/DLSD
    • 2 children seriously injured in right-angle crash at 87th/Constance (ABC)
    • 2 different shootings at Grand Red, including slaying of Vadarrion A. Knight, 16 (Fox, ABC)
    • Man offered ride to woman waiting for 95th St. bus, then sexually assaulted her (Fox)
    • Urbanize looks at CTA's plan to electrify its bus fleet by 2040
    • Weather, construction leads to Chicago-area intermodal issues for BNSF (Trains)
    • Oft-overlooked contributions of Black architects to Chicago, including Woodlawn Station TOD (WTTW)
    • Emmett St. homeowners who unsuccessfully sued to block affordable Logan TOD are fleeing the block
    • Steinberg: "War in Ukraine a reason to savor simple civility on a train" (Sun-Times)
    • A tribute to the late bike advocate Al Sturges in the Daily Southtown

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