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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 9

    • Driver fatally struck Samuel Bell, 41, on an e-bike Thursday afternoon near Milwaukee/Morgan in River West (WTTW)
    • 2 different drivers have been charged with DUI in July crash that killed Arnelis Flores, 14, on Eisenhower (ABC)
    • Man charged with vehicular homicide in killing of male pedestrian, 22, Sunday at Madison/Ogden (Sun-Times)
    • Long-delayed Ravenswood Metra station renovation stalls again because of supply chain issues (Block Club)
    • Lincoln Properties breaks ground on upscale Weiss Hospital lot TOD protesters tried to block (Block Club)
    • Study weighs ability of residents to walk to public transportation, stores, schools in Naperville (Tribune)
    • La Grange Park officials gather more public input at forum on proposed Streetscape Improvement Plan (Tribune)
    • Bike Lane Uprising's 5th anniversary party takes place 9/22, 7-9 PM at Specialized Fulton Market
    • Ride Illinois' IL Bike Summit takes place online and in person in Champaign-Urbana on October 12

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