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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 29

10:05 AM CDT on July 29, 2022

    • Report: Chicago NASCAR race will take over most of Grant Park for two weeks (Block Club)
    • WTTW talks with transit union, advocates, experts about the CTA's unreliable service problem
    • Teens help assemble nearly 500 of the 5,000 free bikes to be given to Chicagoans (Sun-Times)
    • Driver fatally struck person on foot early this morning on Bishop Ford near Sibley (WGN)
    • Man in shower when SUV driver plowed into Crystal Lake home may never walk again, son says (ABC)
    • 2 arrested after police chase, crash at Harrison/Michigan, near Lollapalooza, no serious injuries (ABC)
    • Thursday afternoon carjacking ended in crash at Damen and Walnut in West Town (ABC)
    • Black drivers in Chicago pulled over 5 times more often than white motorists, IDOT study shows (ABC)
    • Pedicab operators say ordinance to limit rides near Navy Pier would be "devastating" to business (Block Club)
    • Pritzker tweet suggests Thompson Center's "Snoopy in a blender" sculpture may be moved to 115 S. LaSalle.
    • Is Metra hosting teen keggers on trains to spur Lollapalooza ridership? (Spoiler: No) (Chicago Genius)

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