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Today’s Headlines for Monday, December 14

9:18 AM CST on December 14, 2015

    • Anti-Displacement Protesters Take Over 18th Street in Pilsen (DNA)
    • Lawrence Road Diet Has Made Street Ripe for Development -- What Should Go There Next? (DNA)
    • Actor Who Took Metra to Visit Family Fatally Struck While Walking From Station (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Cited After Seriously Injuring 3 Pedestrians at Division and Ashland (Sun-Times)
    • Elderly Woman Crashes Car Through Window of Joliet Restaurant, No Serious Injuries (Sun-Times)
    • Fixing Train Congestion on the 75th Street Rail Corridor Is a Major Challenge (Crain's)
    • Gas Leak on 1900 Block of West Lake Delayed Green & Pink Line Trains (Tribune)
    • Maldonado Proposes Warning Drivers Before Cars Are Towed for Winter Parking Ban (DNA)

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