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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 29

    • Extension of PTC Deadline Until 12/31/18 Will Avert Metra Shutdown (Tribune)
    • CTA Is Ready to Re-Open the Yellow Line Tomorrow (Tribune)
    • City Council Approve Lucas Museum; Bears Will Get 1,300 More Parking Spots (Tribune)
    • Jeff Park Residents Are Unhappy About Plan to Make Wilson/Lamon 1-Way (DNA)
    • Gas Prices Plummet to as Low as $2.05 a Gallon in the Suburbs (CBS)
    • 9 Hospitalized After Someone Threw a Smoke Bomb on a CTA Bus (DNA)
    • Drivers Ignore LSD Lane Closures, Hit Exposed Sewer Caps & Leave a Trail of Hubcaps (DNA)
    • Developer Proposes 3,000 Homes, 500 Hotel Rooms by Soldier Field (Crain's)
    • Video: Police Impound a Lyft Driver's Vehicle for Picking Up Passenger at O'Hare (Illinois Policy)
    • City Issues Memo With Rules for Homeless People Living Under Viaducts (DNA)
    • Oak Park Residents Will Vote on Whether to Build a Sound Wall Next to the Ike (Tribune)
    • Batavia Considers Dropping Requirement for Sidewalks With New Home Construction (Herald)

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