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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 23

9:00 AM CDT on May 23, 2022

    • Committee on Public Safety approved Lightfoot's proposal to lower curfew from 11 to 10 PM (Block Club)
    • Ray Basulto may lose leg after hit-and-run pickup driver pinned him against a car Saturday in Irving Park (Block Club)
    • 3 Injured in multi-vehicle crash at Huron/LaSalle in River North (NBC)
    • Boy, 14, charged with murder after he kicked Bernardo Gomez, 26, in head on Cicero Green platform (ABC)
    • 2 men try to rob man, 55, on Red Line near 95th, 1 of the alleged offenders critically stabbed with own knife (NBC)
    • 2 robberies happen 1 day apart at CTA bus stop in Calumet Heights, Chicago police say (ABC)
    • Changes to MED schedule due temporary closure of 147th Station in Harvey start today (ABC)
    • Aurora event gives new bikes to students who excelled in the classroom (Tribune)
    • What cyclists love and hate about biking in Chicago (Sun-Times)
    • A guide to getting around Chicago on a bike (The DePaulia)

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