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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 12

9:08 AM CDT on September 12, 2017

    • New Metra Chief James Derwinski Discusses Plans to Attract More Riders (Herald)
    • Uptown Tent City Lawsuit Accuses City of "Elevating Bicycles Over" Homeless People (DNA)
    • MPC Looks at the Future of Permanent Supportive Housing in Illinois
    • Driver Fatally Struck Vanessa Pierce, 26, in Melrose Park (Tribune)
    • There Was a DUI Crackdown in the Morgan Park District Last Weekend (DNA)
    • Tesla Has Opened an Electric Car Charging Station at 225 N. Columbus (Tribune)
    • Edgewater Buzz Looks at the South Shore Line's Obstructionism Over Closing Burnham Gap
    • Nifty Summer Extenders or "Privilege Pods"? Either Way, the Riverwalk Domes Are Back (DNA)
    • Daily Line Panel "How Transportation Will Change Chicago" Tonight at 6 PM at Hotel Monaco
    • Bike to Fermilab's Open House on Saturday, 9/23 (Adventure Cycling)
    • Architecture Foundation Announces 2017 Sites for Open House Chicago on 10/14-15 (Curbed)

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