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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 26

    • Emanuel's Affordable Housing Plan Moves Forward, Critics Say It Doesn't Go Far Enough (Tribune)
    • Petition Calling for Discounted Metra Fare for Students Has More Than 13,600 Signatures (Tribune)
    • Rick Bayless, IL Restaurant Association Respond to Complaints About 606 Closure (DNA)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes Elderly Woman in Lisle, Followed by Multi-Car Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Officials: Driver Dies in Auburn Gresham Crash After Fleeing Police in Evergreen Park (ABC)
    • COPA Releases Footage of Crash That Killed Female Driver, Off-Duty Police Officer (Sun-Times)
    • Police: 2 Students Injured After School Bus Driver Failed to Yield to Traffic While Turning (Tribune)
    • Ald. Hopkins Pulls support for 14-Story TOD Plan Near North/Clybourn Station (Curbed)
    • Yorkville May Allow People With Disabilities to Use Golf Carts on Sidewalks (Tribune)
    • Some Jerk Stole a Bike That Was Donated to a Young Cancer Patient in Yorkville (WGN)
    • Follow Lynda Lopez Tweeting from the SBC Account in a #SaludTues Twitter Chat at Noon Today
    • West Side Vision Zero Open Houses Tonight, Wednesday & Saturday
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