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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 14

9:45 AM CDT on September 14, 2017

    • Chicago-Pittsburgh Team Is a Winner in "Challenge" to Plan Largely Hypothetical Hyperloop Route
    • Walsh Construction Win Contract for Next Year's $25M Jeff Park Transit Center Makeover (DNA)
    • Driver Charged With Aggravated DUI for Fatal Crash That Sent Tire Through Church Window (DNA)
    • Pedestrian Fatality Leads to 2-Hour Delays on Metra UP-N Trains (DNA)
    • Metra Is Raising Fares for 4th Time in 4 Years, Carter Says He Hopes to Avoid CTA Fare Hike (CBS)
    • New Municipal IDs Will Double as Ventra and Library Cards (Tribune)
    • Park Replacing Parking Lot Will Be Named for Bike-Bridge-Blocking Alderman Berny Stone (DNA)
    • "Empire" Creator Says He Often Finds Shoot Locations While biking Around Chicago (Sun-Times)
    • Lots of Events to Celebrate the 30th (Actually 20th) Anniversary of Monthly Chicago Critical Mass Rides

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