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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 30

9:00 AM CST on November 30, 2015

    • Laquan McDonald Protests Shut Down the Mag Mile on Black Friday (Tribune)
    • Metra Launching Weekday and Weekend Express Trains on Rock Island Line (Sun-Times)
    • New Equipment Will Help Metra Avoid Frozen Switches This Winter (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Completes Initial Repairs of Homewood Station (Tribune)
    • Man Charged With Aggravated DUI After Altercation Leads to Deadly Crash on the Ryan (Tribune)
    • Driver Critically Injures 3-Year-Old Boy in Park Manor (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Victim Advocate: It's Difficult to Say Whether the Avalos Verdict Was Just
    • 2 Ex-CTA Workers Pled Guilty to Stealing From Deferred Compensation Program (Sun-Times)
    • How Can Bus Bunching Be Prevented? (Curbed)
    • At Request of Merchants, Metered Sunday Parking Returns to Chinatown (DNA)
    • Heritage Bikes' Michael Salvatore Makes Crains' "40 Under 40" List
    • Streetsblog Chicago Is Co-Sponsoring Slow Roll Chicago's Holiday Coat Drive

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