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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 25

8:59 AM CDT on May 25, 2022

    • Here are the new rules for minors at Millennium Park (Block Club)
    • 1 person killed, 11 injured in multi-vehicle crash Tuesday morning on I-294 near Willow Road (NBC)
    • At least 5 drivers involved in crash on Tri-State Tollway near Milwaukee Avenue (CBS)
    • Woman, 27, shot in arm near 95th/Dan Ryan Red Line station (NBC)
    • CPD releases photos of suspect in fatal stabbing of James R. Parsons IV, 43, found on Blue train near Clinton (FOX)
    • Man pleads guilty to setting unoccupied CTA van on fire during 2020 civil unrest in Loop (Sun-Times)
    • Contract with one of CTA's security guard contractors sheds light on what guards are supposed to be doing (CBS)
    • Willie Wilson gives away groceries and plans yet another traffic-clogging, air-polluting gas giveaway (Block Club)
    • 27th Ward survey on how to use $2.9M, including potential walk/bike/transit improvements (Block Club)
    • Chicago transpo advocates and experts call for better infrastructure to address the US bike death epidemic (NPR)
    • Letter to Sun-Times: Cyclists endanger pedestrians on Sheridan in Edgewater. Here's what we should actually do.
    • Ted McClelland bikes the entire 23.5 length of Western Ave. on a Divvy bike (Chicago Mag)

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