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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 10

    • Tribune: CPD Continues to Conduct DUI Stings Almost Exclusively in Communities of Color
    • Family of Martha Gonzales, Fatally Struck in Pilsen, Awarded $4.3 Million From CTA (Tribune)
    • Prosecutors: After Driver Struck Ambulance, Passenger Fired at Cop Who Witnessed Crash (DNA)
    • Man Drives His Car Down LSD Ramp & Almost Strikes Lakefront Trail Users (Tribune)
    • Pritzker Says Her Garage Symbolizes "Marriage of Democracy and Free Enterprise" (DNA)
    • Active Trans Launches Survey on Lakefront Trail in Hopes of Improving Safety
    • WGN Looks at the Logan Square TOD & Affordable Housing Issues
    • 245-Unit, 109-Space Tower Proposed for Parking Lot Next to Historic River North Church (DNA)
    • Developer Wants to Replace Parking Garage at 215 W. Lake With 265 Rental Units (Curbed)
    • Neighbors Voice Parking Concerns About Proposal for Dense Buena Park Housing (DNA)
    • CTA Train Pulls Out of North/Damen Stop With Door Open (Tribune)
    • Bike Valet, CTA Bus Shuttles to 'L' Stations Planned for Riot Fest (DNA)

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