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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, July 19

9:00 AM CDT on July 19, 2022

    • Remembering Hannah Hayes, writer, teacher, and activist killed in Bronzeville hit-and-run (ABC, HP Herald)
    • Child among five injured in crash on Eisenhower Expressway near Kedzie (ABC)
    • SUV driver inflicts head injury on woman walking bike in Portage Park (ABC)
    • SUV Driver strikes another motorists' SUV, both vehicles crash into a building in Jeff Park (ABC)
    • CTA worker found dead on tracks at Van Buren/State may have been electrocuted by 3rd rail (Tribune)
    • 2 females robbed, cut with knife on Red Line train at Monroe Street (NBC)
    • CTA released images of suspect who allegedly robbed a woman at the Racine Blue stop Friday night (CBS)
    • After another chaotic drag racing weekend, alders push to impound cars (Block Club)
    • RTA begins work on new zoning projects to encourage transit-friendly policies in 5 suburbs
    • Chicago Uber Eats delivery bikers say they're getting shafted by new algorithm that favors drivers (Salon)

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