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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 21

    • Hit-and-Run Driver Killed Phillip Levato, 23, Early Sunday Morning at Chicago/LaSalle (WGN)
    • After Critically Injuring Passenger in Evanston, Driver Tries to Flee Crash Scene (Tribune)
    • Young Girl Injured After Driver Ignores "Stop for Pedestrians" Sign in Andersonville (Vimeo)
    • Alderman Brookins Hospitalized for a Week After "Freak" Bike Crash on Cal-Sag Trail (Sun-Times)
    • After Noah Katz's Death, Sposato Prioritizes Traffic Flow Over Preventing More Tragedies (DNA)
    • Speed Bumps Will Help Keep Motorcyclists From Doing Doughnuts Near Soldier Field (DNA)
    • Blue Nativity: Woman Gives Birth to Baby Girl on LaSalle Station Platform (CBS)
    • RTA Chair Kirk Dillard Speaks Before City Club of Chicago Today at 12:30
    • Meeting Tonight on Plan to Create an 8-Mile "Walking Museum" in Portage Park (Nadig)
    • 11/30 Application Deadline to Present at Transportion Research Forum at UIC 4/20-21
    • 12/6 SUMC Webinar: Building an Equitable Transportation System With Shared Mobility

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