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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 3

9:00 AM CDT on June 3, 2022

    • Ordinance to double the TOD zone around stations, reduce alder veto power, faces stiff battle (Block Club)
    • Yay? Groundbreaking held for new 6-story garage that will encourage more people to drive to O'Hare (WGN)
    • Female driver, 29, dies after striking tree on Vincennes Ave. in Brainerd (ABC)
    • 6 people injured in fiery crash at multilane intersection of Torrence Ave. and Sauk Trail in Sauk Village (CBS)
    • 2 in custody after major crash in Avalon Park sends 3 to hospital (NBC)
    • With fewer people commuting downtown, Chicago Water Taxi will only operate on weekends (Tribune)
    • CDOT’s Learn to Ride program offers free bicycling classes for residents
    • Want to live in the suburbs with an easy Metra commute downtown? Here are some options (Chicago Mag)
    • Family farm-owned and operated coffee roaster Anticonquista Café will operate a coffee bike (Time Out)

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