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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 11

9:00 AM CDT on September 11, 2015

    • Union Pacific & BNSF Plan to Suspend Operations Rather Than Violate PTC Deadline (Tribune)
    • Pace Bus Riders Who Pay With Cash Could See a 25-Cent Fare Increase (Tribune)
    • Civic Federation Calls for Abolishing Menu Program, Emanuel Says That's a Non-Starter (Sun-Times)
    • Uber Will Lease Cars to Chicago Ride-Share Drivers Who Don't Own Them (DNA)
    • Sikh American Harassed & Attacked in Road Rage Incident That Turned Into Hate Crime (Sun-Times)
    • Senior Who Was Mugged After Leaving SW Side 'L' Station Says Better Street Lighting Is Needed (DNA)
    • How Fear of Crime Affects Transit Use (MPC)
    • Driver Crashes Into Building That Houses Cut Cats Courier Bike Delivery Service (Tribune)
    • 2 More Red Light Cams Will Be Removed on the NW Side (DNA)
    • Affordable Housing Removed From Plan for New Aldi Complex by The 606 (DNA)
    • Weekend Parking on Logan Square Boulevards Will No Longer Be Officially Legal (DNA)
    • Lake County Is Making 3 Electric Car Chargers Available to the Public (Herald)

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