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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 7

    • Hit-and-run driver fatally struck a person early this morning in the 8800 block of South May in Gresham (ABC)
    • Homelessness crisis at O’Hare shows more city support is needed on NW Side and beyond, advocates say (Block Club)
    • Thanks to wind direction, fire at industrial building next to Cicero Green station didn't disrupt service (ABC)
    • Naperville Environmental and Sustainability Task force suggests ideas to safely accommodate the e-bike boom (Tribune)
    • New petition calls for bike infrastructure improvements along Main Street in Evanston
    • Developers can tap into $40M in state cash to prep industrial "megasites" for projects (Block Club)
    • Bike infrastructure boosters Urban Environmentalists hold a meetup on 2/21, 6 PM at Time Out Market
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