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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 28

    • Concrete-protected bike lanes delayed, but still happening, but advocates ask: Is it enough? (Block Club)
    • Driver fatally struck Zaineddin “Zain” Jaber, 14, on bike at intersection of two 5-lane streets in Tinley Park (Tribune)
    • SUV driver crashes into Crystal Lake home, seriously injuring resident, self (NBC)
    • 2 children among 3 injured when driver of stolen car being pursued by police hit another vehicle in Grand Crossing (NBC)
    • Chicago man serves jail time probation for McHenry County DUI crash that injured 4 children (NW Herald)
    • CPD: Driver ran red and injured 2 officers in squad car on 5000 block of West Lake in Austin (FOX)
    • Some CPS students could get free CTA rides to school as district tries new workarounds to bus driver shortage (Tribune)
    • Chicago has the most moveable bridges of any city in the world (FOX)
    • Coverage of John's train + bike trip to St. John, IN, current hometown of ex-Tribune bike troller John Kass (Eric Zorn)
    • Sundays on State open streets events takes place from Monroe to Lake on August 7 and 21, and September 4

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