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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 6

8:57 AM CDT on October 6, 2022

    • Lightfoot administration is planning two or three communities of tiny homes to fight homelessness (WBEZ)
    • Chicago paramedics among 5 injured in ambulance crash at Jackson/Homan (FOX)
    • Man, 20, charged with attacking 67th Street bus driver, 62, multiple times (FOX)
    • Man, 26, in fair condition after being stabbed by woman on Kedzie-Homan Blue platform early this morning (ABC)
    • Speed bumps, raised intersections and pedestrian islands are coming to Madison in West Loop (Block Club)
    • U. of C. adds free downtown shuttle, Metra Pass and after-hours parking (Maroon)
    • Puerto Rican poet Julia de Burgos honored with new mural along 606 in her namesake park (Block Club)
    • Cruise: Queers on Bikes offers LGBTQ-focused social bike rides on Wednesday evenings
    • Former ATA staffer Lee Crandell and Lime exec David Spielfogel are selling bike-friendly North Center home (Crain's)
    • How did a Divvy bike wind up in Santa Ana Maya, Mexico? (Block Club)
    • Online meeting on the future of Western Avenue from Addison to Howard today at 6 PM (CDOT)
    • South Side Critical Mass ride this Friday 10/7 at 6 PM at Nichold Park, 55th/Kimbark
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