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Today’s Headlines for September 8

9:31 AM CDT on September 8, 2017

    • Driver Charged With DUI After Severing Man's Leg in Hammond, Causing Fatal Heart Attack (NWI)
    • 2 Injured in Crash With CPD Squad Car on the Northwest Side (Sun-Times)
    • Kass Weighs in on the City's Decision Not to Notify Public About Subway Assault (Tribune)
    • Homeless Activists Block LSD to Protest Eviction of Uptown Tent Cities From Viaducts (DNA)
    • MPC: Urban Trails Are Great -- Let's Make Sure They Work for Everyone
    • Active Trans discusses Metra's Plans to Reduce MED Service to South Side & South Suburbs
    • A Roundup of Suburban Sustainable Transportation Projects & Issues (Active Trans)
    • Work Continues on 2-Way Protected Bike Lane on Evanston's Sheridan Road (Northwestern Now)
    • Evanston Hosts "Streets Alive!" Play Street on Main This Sunday From 1-5 PM (Tribune)

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