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    • Chicago Casino set for final city vote Wednesday after committee OKs Bally’s plan (Block Club)
    • Why is Chicago's hit-and-run arrest record so much lower than New York or LA's? (NBC)
    • Dump tuck diver killed after being struck by MD-N train on private road with no RR gates or lights (ABC)
    • I-294 pileup crash involving at least 8 vehicles leaves 2 injured; SB traffic blocked at Willow Road (ABC)
    • Man visiting Chicago who was struck by hit-and-run driver on Mag Mile loses both legs (NBC)
    • James R. Parsons, 43, found fatally stabbed last night on Blue Line near Clinton station (NBC)
    • Water Tower Place has been a key anchor of Michigan Ave. Can it be saved? (WBEZ)
    • Let's make sure city officials use available funds to build a protected bike lane network (Active Trans)

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