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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 24

8:59 AM CDT on July 24, 2023


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• CTA Blue Line commuters brace for impact of station closures on Near West Side for Forest Park Branch Rebuild (ABC)

• Driver fatally struck pedestrian around 7:19 a.m. near Robert York/Osterman in Deerfield (NBC)

• Motorcyclist killed in crash with SUV driver Saturday around 5:20 PM on eastbound I-90 near rte. 53 in Rolling Meadows (Fox)

• CPD: Man found fatally injured in rolled-over vehicle about 1:25 AM Sunday in 3000 block of W. 21st in Little Village had been shot in head (ABC)

• Video released after hit-and-run driver seriously injured man, 70, around 3 a.m while walking in 6100 block of S. Ashland in Englewood (ABC)

• ISP: 2 seriously injured from 4-car collision Sunday morning on Kennedy near Western (NBC)

• ISP: Driver injured in fiery crash after hitting median 11:15 AM Sunday on I-294 near O'Hare (ABC)

• Boy, 14, killed while walking in Hinsdale by driver who struck pizzeria, IDed as Sean Richards, family releases statement (ABC)

• CPD: Person in custody after a 1-year-old child discovered alone on CTA bus late Saturday night at 8300 S. Exchange (NBC)

• Ravenwood Metra construction could finish in August (Block Club)

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