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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, August 10

8:57 AM CDT on August 10, 2022

    • Driver charged with hit-and-run killing of pedestrian Iecsha Bradshaw, 39, in Merrillville, IN (Tribune)
    • Man, 37, recovering at hospital after woman stabbed him in neck during argument on Fullerton platform (ABC)
    • Invest in Cook funds awarded for rehab of Rogers Park Metra station and Lynwood planning project (Mass Transit)
    • Six Corners People Spot on-street seating area isn't coming back this year due to dubious "safety concerns" (Block Club)
    • TOD with 32 units, 17 parking spots proposed at 4104 N. Sheridan, near Sheridan Red stop (Block Club)
    • The stories behind some of Chicago's iconic street names (WGN)
    • MPC Walking tour of Brookfield on Friday 8/12 will highlight sustainable transportation planning efforts (RB Landmark)
    • Roller skating party Friday 8/12, 6:30-10 PM on Catalpa in Andersonville, where a new ped plaza is planned (Block Club)

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