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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 25

9:30 AM CDT on July 25, 2022

    • Ald. La Spata proposes using CTA bus cameras to ticket drivers who block bus lanes, stops (Sun-Times)
    • Could upgrades to Museum Campus, including pedestrian improvements, coax Bears into staying? (NBC)
    • Drunk driver killed Layla Nesbitt, 3, and injured her sister A'miya, 4, at 138th/Cottage Grove in Dolton (ABC)
    • Remembering writer, teacher, and activist Hannah Hayes, 62, killed by driver of stolen car in Bronzeville (Block Club)
    • Man fatally stabbed at 63rd Red stop early this morning, the 2nd stabbing on the line within a few days (NBC)
    • Five charged in Friday's attack at North/Clybourn on man, 42, who fought back with knife, wounding assailants (Sun-Times)
    • Meet ATA's new new director of planning and technical assistance, former NC, UT, AL transit planner David Powe
    • Metra is featured in Patricia Ricketts' new book "Speed of Dark" (Lit Hub)

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