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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 7

    • A Letter From the Future About How We Can Avoid Urban Planning Mistakes Today (MPC)
    • County Judge Hears Arguments in Latest Lawsuit Against Red Light Cam Program (CBS)
    • Construction Detours on Broadway as CTA Begins Replacing Purple Line Tracks (DNA)
    • Murder Charges for Driver Who Caused Fatal Crash While Fleeing Police in 2013 (Tribune)
    • DUI Suspect Talks to Himself About Drugs & Weapons, Leading to Search of His Home (Sun-Times)
    • A Map of 21 New High-Rises Under Construction Right Now (Curbed)
    • Aldermen Want to Allow Nonprofit Street Fests to Charge Admission, Just Like For-Profits Do (Sun-Times)
    • Fundraiser Collects $6K for Woman Paralyzed by O'Hare Bus Shelter Collapse (Tribune)
    • The South Chicago Velodrome Needs to Raise $3,500 for Insurance Policy by Thursday (DNA)

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