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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 2

10:57 AM CDT on June 2, 2023

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  • Ald. La Spata wants hearing on Chicago's NASCAR race traffic impact (Crain's)
  • Ald. Burnett opposed Johnson, but keeps job as chair of Pedestrian and Traffic Safety (Sun-Times)
  • 4 people injured in 2-car crash Thursday night in Skokie at Lee/Monticello (ABC)
  • Chicago rated 14th bike-friendliest U.S. city in a study conducted by Coworking Cafe (Chicago Star)
  • "Rails to Victory" rides by Fox Valley Trolley Museum show WWII life in war-torn France (Tribune)
  • Chicago's peregrine falcon pedestrian crisis is making global headlines (Daily Mail)
  • Yep, Daily Herald endorses taking transit to Soldier Field to see Taylor Swift this weekend
  • Celebrate Schaumburg's Bike Month this June with fun activities (Daily Herald)
  • Get info on Chicago's June 24 World Naked Bike Ride, its 20th anniversary, here

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