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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 7

9:13 AM CDT on July 7, 2022

    • Museum Campus working group suggests aerial gondolas and/or monorails, replacing Burnham Harbor with parking (Sun-Times)
    • The city has agreed to let NASCAR hold a race through Chicago’s streets, according to new report (Block Club)
    • Woman, 28, found dead on Addison Red Line tracks with electrical burn marks early this morning (FOX)
    • Police officers, SUV driver injured in Woodlawn crash after officers ran red, reportedly with lights and sirens on (FOX)
    • Family of Puerto Rican teen falsely accused of bike theft by off-duty cop, pinned to sidewalk calls for charges (NBC)
    • CTA Red Line resuming normal service yesterday, after being diverted to 'L' tracks for report of smoke at Harrison (CBS)
    • Block Club looks at the city's first Chicago Mobility Collective meeting
    • Ride Illinois' Illinois Bike Summit will take place on October 12

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