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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 14

8:56 AM CDT on September 14, 2016

    • Girl, 11, Critically Injured on Sidewalk by Driver Fleeing Previous Crash Scene (Tribune)
    • Driver Gets 26 Years for DUI Crash That Killed 2 Young Children (Sun-Times)
    • What Can Be Done to Prevent Train Track Suicides? (CTJ)
    • Falling Concrete From Union Station Ceiling Injures Metra Commuter (Sun-Times)
    • More Details on the Plan to Build the Bike Bridge That Berny Stone Blocked (Tribune)
    • Zero Backlash Against the Stone Bridge at Last Night's Community Meeting (Chainlink)
    • Why Chicago-Area McMansions Are Becoming Hard to Sell (Curbed)
    • The 606 Is a Popular Route for Walking & Biking to School (Active Trans)
    • CDOT Is Making a Video to Help Address the Argyle Learning Curve (DNA)
    • Police: Teens Ride Metra to Deerfield, Steal Bikes, Take Them Home on Trail (CBS)
    • Activate Alley Party Tomorrow 5 PM at 100 W. Monroe (Loop Alliance)
    • CMAP Hosts a Forum on the Question "Have We Reached Peaked Driving" on 9/22

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