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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 28

8:59 AM CDT on September 28, 2017

    • Addison Red Line Stop Closed After White Powder Found in a Train Car (DNA)
    • Woman Charged With Aggravated DUI for Brighton Park Crash That Killed Passenger (CBS)
    • Man Accused of 5 Rapes Allegedly Posed as a Ride-Share Driver to Kidnap Victims (DNA)
    • MPC: Illinois Needs to Raise the Gas Tax to Address Crumbling Infra, Transit Delays (Tribune)
    • Cal-Sag Trail Boosters Win MPC's 2017 Burnham Award for Excellence in Planning
    • Soccer Star Bastian Schweinsteiger: Biking Is One of the Perks of Living Here (Michigan Ave.)
    • Last of 3 Vision Zero West Side Community Meetings Saturday 1-3 PM at Austin Town Hall
    • NWU Is Partnering With The Recyclery on Used Bike Sale on 10/5 (Daily Northwestern)
    • A Guide to Viewing the October 8 Chicago Marathon by 'L' Train (NBC)

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