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    • Thresholds Nonprofit Does Outreach to Homeless Individuals on the CTA (RedEye)
    • Driver Who Had Been Drinking Injured 2 Lake County Deputies in Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Drunk Driver Who Killed Good Samaritan Who Tried to Stop Him Gets 16 Years (Tribune)
    • San Hamel's Lawyer Filed Petition to Have Homicide Charge Dismissed Again (Ride on Bobby)
    • Panel: What Can Chicago Do to Put the Brakes on Population Loss? (MPC)
    • As Metra Riders Switch to Using Ventra App, Riverside Ticket Office Closes (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Bus Tracker Malfunctioned During Tuesday Evening Rush (Sun-Times)
    • Cubs Move Forward With Plaza Plan Despite Lack of Support From Tunney (Crain's)
    • Giddings Plaza Fountain Should Be Up & Running Soon (DNA)
    • "Activate" Placemaking Party Takes Place This Evening in Sullivan Alley, 16 E. Monroe
    • Active Trans Hosting "Kickstand Classic" Fun Race & Fundraiser 9/25 in Bartlett (Tribune)

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