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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 8

9:00 AM CDT on June 8, 2023

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  • Illinois legislators pass controversial I-55 road expansion legislation (Planetizen)
  • Chicago man's blood-alcohol level was over twice the legal limit in fatal Bensenville crash (FOX 32)
  • Bond set at $1 million for Chicago man charged with aggravated DUI in deadly crash (DuPage County)
  • 2 injured in Streeterville crash; suspect wanted for hit-and-run: Chicago police (ABC)
  • 2 injured in hit-and-run crash on Lake Shore Drive near downtown Chicago (FOX 32)
  • Metra rail defeats engineer's race, religious bias suit (Law 360)
  • CTA Roosevelt station saw 34K additional riders, and #146 bus saw 9K more rides during Tayor Swift shows (CBS)

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