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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 21

    • Rahm Wants to Hike (Rarely Enforced) Fines for Businesses That Don't Shovel Sidewalks (Tribune)
    • Woman Hospitalized After Crashing SUV Into Pace Bus, Then Storefront in Winnetka (Sun-Times)
    • Police: Motorcyclist Who Killed a Pedestrian Ran Red at Buckingham Fountain Crosswalk (Tribune)
    • Man Allegedly Exposed Himself to Metra Passengers at Bartlett Station (Tribune)
    • After Yellow Line Reopens, There'll Be Free Parking at Dempster for the Rest of Year (Tribune)
    • TOD Project Near Division Blue Line Stop Gets Building Permit (Curbed)
    • Parking-Lite Development Planned for Former Elevator Factory in University Village (DNA)
    • DNA: Theater on the Lake Divvy Station Is the Busiest in Lincoln Park
    • Sticker Shock: Hopefully the Owner of This Car Does More Drinking Than Driving (DNA)

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