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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 4

9:01 AM CDT on October 4, 2017

    • Emanuel Announces Rehab of Cottage Grove Green Line Station, Starting in 2018 (DNA)
    • Tribune Releases Plan for Freedom Center Site, With About 25% of Land Used for Public Space (Crain's)
    • Driver Charged With Felony DUI After Injuring a Pedestrian in a Geneva Crosswalk (KCC)
    • Motorist Charged With Striking Cyclist in Oak Park, Fleeing the Scene (Tribune)
    • Man Who Threw Baby Powder on Red Line Train Charged With Reckless Conduct (DNA)
    • Wrigley Plaza Continues to Evolve, Tunney Calls for More Car Parking in the Neighborhood (Tribune)
    • Curbed Takes a Closer Look at Sheridan/Broadway TOD Plan With 100 Units, 29 Spaces
    • Glowacz & Joravsky Discuss Cycling, Gentrification & "The Pros and Cons of Protected Lanes" (
    • Letter: Why Build New Underpasses in Jackson Park When CPD Can't Maintain Existing Ones? (HPH)
    • Artistic Jeff Park Viaduct Lighting Could Become Permanent if Project Is Chosen in PB Election (DNA)
    • Cubs Vet Ben Zobrist Bikes Over to His Son's Youth Baseball Game in Uniform (Cut 4)

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