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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 5

8:54 AM CDT on September 5, 2017

    • Senior Seriously Injured on Bike in Crystal Lake, Police "Cannot Confirm" Hit-and-Run (Tribune)
    • Chicago's Gas Is at Its Most Expensive in More Than a Year (DNA)
    • CTA Adding Signs for People Visually Impaired People to 10,700+ Bus Stops (DNA)
    • TOD With 134 Units, 16 Spaces Cleared for Construction Near Logan's Western Stop (Curbed)
    • Free CTA Rides for First Day of CPS Classes Today (NBC)
    • John Weighs in on the Milwaukee Ave. Dashed Bike Lanes in a DNAinfo Article
    • University of Illinois Police Use "Anti-Theft Bikes" to Track Thieves
    • Ten of the Most Visually Interesting CTA 'L' Stations (DNA)
    • Bullock Flick "While You Were Sleeping" Was Shot at Randolph-Wabash Station (Sun-Times)
    • Gubernatorial Candidate Daniel Biss Appears at ChiHackNight 6:30 This Evening
    • Slow Roll Chicago Rides From Washington Park on Sat. 9/9, Austin on Sat. 9/16

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