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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 21

8:27 AM CDT on June 21, 2022

    • Ignoring safety data, committee expected to vote to raised speed cam threshold to 10 mph today (ABC)
    • Ride Illinois remembers board member Ramon Escapa, killed by a driver while biking in western Illinois
    • Driver of Dodge utility van struck the side of a Ford hatchback in Rosemoor, hurting 1-year-old girl (Sun-Times)
    • Trucker flipped over vehicle on Metra MD-N Tracks in Edgebrook, causing train delays (CBS)
    • Dump truck driver rolled over vehicle on 1-90 in Hoffman Estates, spilling payload of crushed concrete (ABC)
    • A Chicago Fire Department truck somehow wound up stuck in the sand next to the LFT at Oak St. Beach
    • Person stole cop's taser as officer scuffled with domestic violence suspect on Roosevelt Red platform (FOX)
    • What to know about Metra's $100/month pass plus integration with Pace, CTA (Daily Herald)
    • Should we extend the lakefront north and south to the city limits? (WTTW)

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