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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 5

8:55 AM CDT on October 5, 2016

    • Sign Active Trans' Petition Urging the City to Take Steps to Prevent Truck Fatalities
    • Driver Dies After Crashing Into North Lawndale Building (Sun-Times)
    • Wife of Chicago Police Officer Found Guilty of DUI That Killed Her Friends (Tribune)
    • Kondrasheva Family Files Lawsuit Against Truck Driver and His Company (Tribune)
    • Keating Law Discusses Why the Trucker's Actions in Kondrasheva Case Were Illegal
    • Tribune Readers Offer Ideas for Improving Bike Safety in Chicago
    • A Classic Bikelash Letter to the Tribune: "Let the Cars Have Their Streets Back"
    • Metra Is Tweaking the BNSF Line Schedule (Tribune)
    • How to Deal With Biohazards on the CTA (RedEye)
    • A Q & A About the CTA's New Plastic Seats (Chicago Magazine)
    • Interesting (and Illegal) Photos of the Wilson Stop Under Construction (Chicagoist)

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