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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 28

11:41 AM CDT on July 28, 2023


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IDOT seeks community input for Walk Roll Illinois statewide active transportation plan

• Temporary stations for Bryn Mawr, Argyle Red opened today for final stage of RPM project (ABC)

• CPD: Man, 37, hospitalized after exiting southbound Red Line train at 69th with gunshot wound to leg, circumstances unknown (FOX)

• Boy, 15, hospitalized in good condition after he was biking and "hit" squad car of CPD officer making right on red at Augusta/Pulaski (CBS)

• Surviving victims of building crash that killed Sean Richards, 14, in Hinsdale file lawsuit against car wash the driver was exiting (Tribune)

• CPD releases images of man who allegedly stole phone by force on Pink Line June 29 around 1 PM near California stop (FOX)

• Take a ride on a vintage CTA railcar Saturday 7/29, 10 AM-2 PM in the Loop (Block Club)

• "Under the [Lake Street] Bridge": 8 things to know about getting to Lollapalooza on transit (Herald)

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